A Ray of Hope
I happened upon this post today. I often struggle often to reconcile my feminism with my transgenderism, and these commenters give me hope. Hope for a better world filled with more understanding, tolerance, and love.
I’ve Always Wanted To Be A “Real Woman”
Now, I can be a "real woman," no surgery needed! I just need to move to Canada! Real Women don't support fags!
‘The Secret History of Love’: An Interview With Choreographer Sean Dorsey
Sean Dorsey is an award-winning choreographer, dancer and writer. Recognized as the United States’ first out transgender modern dance choreographer, Dorsey has won audiences and accolades from San Francisco to New York with his powerful dance-theater. Dorsey is the founder…
Being Fearlessly Out and Trans is a Revolutionary Act
On one of the trans Facebook groups I monitor a post was put up about the gruesome murder of transman Evon 'Yung LT' Young. One person remarked in the comment thread under the post that's why she never leaves her home,…
Tipping Point On RadFem Transphobia?
The British Transphobic Feminist Troika unleashed their hate speech upon the world last week probably thinking they would get pushback from the trans community they and their acolytes could spin and demonize them with until it quickly blow over. Not this time.…