“I think the biggest thing for me is the plug-in to this amazing trans* and queer community that’s out there that’s been doing this work that’s, I think, at a point where it’s really ready to take the lead from people who live in many multiplicities.”
A #herocrush isn’t romantic or sexual, it’s about people you admire. People you’d love to work with to dismantle systems of oppression. This year most of my #herocrushes happened to be trans women.
Brush up on this year’s biggest news so you can impress that cute girl at your New Year’s Eve party.
The 2013 Trans 100 is a BIG DEAL and we wanted to give you a closer look at the amazing trans* women featured on the list, thus this epic compilation of inspirational people relevant to your interests.
It’s telling and moving that Obama chose to dedicate a fairly significant chunk of his speech to the LGBT community; it sends the message that we are who he thinks of when remembering how equal we are or are not.
Vanessa’s Team Pick: More than 25,000 transgender American citizens may face stiff barriers to voting in the November 2012 election; the National Center for Transgender Equality wants to change that.
“There are so many things about our lives that are so much more than our bodies and this transition that we go through.”
Girls kissing on “Secret Life of the American Teenager” and “Girls,” Dianna Agron hosting the GLAAD Awards and the scoop on Pretty Little Liars’ next season.
In which Barbara Walters thinks it’s okay to ask, “so if I saw you undressed you would look like a woman to me, totally? Yes?”