I came from a miserable life to a much happier life. I remember at the age of 8 feeling something wasn’t right with me, and I didn’t know what it was. In my teen years, I finally realized I was born as the wrong gender. I couldn’t come as I felt I wasn’t r...
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If you’re young and you think you’re trans, I hope you feel free to be true to yourself. When I was little I was in a foster home; my foster parents neglected me so I was raised by their dog and her litter of pups. From this and along with a bunch of other issues, my ...
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Have you ever thought about why you are who you are (or even what you are)? I do; I think about it often. I’ve been dreaming about being a girl ever since I was a T-toddler. I was never petticoated, although I remember my sisters dressed me up once when I was five or six; put m...
How do you appear online — your image, your name? Maybe it’s not “glamming it up” and not the “everyday housewife” look, nor is about the looks / pictures / and imagery as such, but more so about the name you use. My main Social Media is Faceb...
George is a trans children’s book written by genderqueer author Alex Gino. It follows the fictional story of a 4th Grader named George. Everyone around him thinks he’s a boy. His best friend, who’s a cis girl, Kelly, his older brother Scott, his mom, his teacher...
This is an incredible documentary covering the Check It, an African-American LGBTQ youth gang in Washington D.C., and features many of its members and their supporters. The gang began because some 9th graders who were seen as gay were being targeted for violence. Being beat up mo...
The older I get, the less I believe I’m still starting anything. There may be that rare moment when I partake on something completely new and different, but this journey that I’ve been on for nearly 50 years isn’t one of them. Every little goal that I achieve, I...
It’s been many months since I’d last seen my therapist; her name is Kelly. She’s one of us, and she’s great at making me feel comfortable in acknowledging who I am. But… she said that it’s time to tell my wife. I know that I need to; I’m sure...
What am I? This is the question I’ve asked myself many times over the years. The easy answer is; I am a NOBODY. Let me explain this answer. I am not a celebrity nor am I an actor, singer, painter, author, or journalist. I am not a social blogger or vlogger; I am not a promi...
Now that we have had articles about an overview of tv and movies, tv characters, inspirational song interpretations, and a movie review. It feels like a good time to write a review on a book. There is lots of fiction found online that is specifically geared towards our communitie...
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