“We demand that Wesleyan University stop segregating bathrooms along gender lines and provide all-gender bathrooms in all buildings in the University.”
“There are a thousand ways to die from being trans. But they’re only included if they can be made as sensationalist as possible. Never mind that all these things kill you just the same.”
Today we honor all of the transgender people who have died due to anti-trans* violence. This year we want to honor their memories by celebrating the achievements and victories of trans* people in the past year.
Now put a smile on, betch.
Everything’s coming up Retta, Ines Rau takes my breath away, and I’m getting gay married in paradise. (Someday.)
Ever wanted to see someone who’s been in the state penitentiary system call bullshit on the politicians messing with said system? Yeah. That happened.
Counting women in engineering, raising the next Steve Jobs in Mexico, and coming together to say: “f*ck the man.”
The weed fairy’s coming, Colorado’s in the doghouse, and there’s a straight chick making a living as a male model. Or something like that. I was too busy licking the lesbianism off of my Samoas, actually.
“I knew transitioning was possible, but I didn’t know someone under the age of 40 could do it.”
Marge Simpson’s cooking up Bertolli in the kitchen while Michelle Rodriguez goes your way and the bulldog falls asleep on the sofa. In other words: shit’s perfect today.
The nation’s largest group of unions recently announced that it would be adding workplace protection for transgender people to it’s constitution in an effort to better represent all workers.
Here’s the stories we missed while I won big at the Elvis slot machines in Vegas.
Islan Nettles and Domonique Newburn, two African-American trans* women, were brutally murdered within a week of each other. This is just the latest in a trend of horrific violence against trans* women of color.
“When one of my lovers said that she wished she had an instruction manual for my body, I took that and responded to it pretty literally.”
Here’s the deal: I both like and am my body. I am a girl, ergo I have a girl’s body. It’s neat. You know what I think helped me to be comfortable with my body more than anything else? The US Army.
“For trans* women who are locked up, getting access to medical care and safety from the guards and inmates is a serious problem. But the problem starts when they are put in prisons designed for men.”
“Emotional writing heals physical wounds.”
I just wanted to U-Haul, y’know? Whatever. I’m gonna go put on a dress and catch a WNBA game.