WHAT WILL I BECOME? is a documentary in pre-production on trans masculinities, mental health, and imagining a way forward. We are examining the community’s unique challenges of visibility and nuanced experiences of misogyny.
Thomas: I remember hearing that there was a trans character named Max, and that he gave birth and that possibly he was inspired by my actions.
Riese: A hundred percent, he was inspired by you.
Carly: A thousand percent.
Getting top surgery with my butch identity is no longer some unattainable fantasy. Now the question firmly rests with me: do I want to go ahead with it or not?
“I saw how they reacted to Max and I was like, ‘ohh, I’m gonna transition and I’m gonna be shunned from this community that I’ve longed for for 18 years, I’m gonna lose my community if I transition.'”
Feast your eyes upon the chaotic screencaps of “Latecomer,” which involves Kit recording that song and everybody taking a private jet to a WNBA game. You know the one.
Dream Daddy is the game where you can not only be your own Daddy, you can date the Daddy of your dreams as well. This game was made for me.
These are stories of trans people who have served or are serving in the US military; their experiences range from the positive to the deeply traumatic and everywhere in between.
The most comprehensive and expansive look at trans representation in American comics you’re likely to find.
Through an exhibition of both contemporary artwork by a slew of trans artists and a truly impressive selection of archival documents from the Kinsey Archives and the University of Victoria Transgender Archives, Stamatina Gregory and co-curator Jeanne Vaccaro work to fill in the gaps between what many see as signs of mainstream progress and the true, vast history of trans people’s lived experiences.
Dellal talks about Ray as if he is a girl, and she talks about transitioning as if it’s a costume or an on/off switch. She even uses “she/her” pronouns to talk about Ray and frequently misgenders him.
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Alynda Lee Segarra and Yosi Perlstein chat with us about their new album and new tour — and oh, by the way, you can win tickets to see them!
“Glee” gets no brownie points from me for introducing a new trans storyline when they already had a trans character — a trans woman of color — and treated her horribly. That’s not how you do positive trans representation.
Trans Day of Visibility is a time when we take notice of all the amazing trans people around us. Here are 15 ways you can let them know that you care about them and support them.
Autostraddle chatted with Eve Lindley and Ryley Pogensky, two models from “Brothers, Sisters, Sons & Daughters,” about what brought them to the shoot and how it’s keeping them around.
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.
The mukhannathun are an inspiration for queer Mulims, and queer non-Muslims alike. They’ve certainly inspired me.
Disney princesses are back in a new webseries, Erika Linder is dreamy in a music video, Tig Notaro could have been on primetime television, and a mockumentary webseries about two trans* guys.
The CW, a station most famous for Tyra Banks, The Winchester Brothers and Teen Vampire Romance is currently developing a new drama that will focus on a transgender teenager’s life.
Reactionary conservatism stands in the way of the Southeast Asian nation’s first state-based transgender welfare committee, but change could still happen with its first out trans political appointee.
Portland-based TransActive’s new program helps get binders to trans and genderqueer youth in need; Autostraddle sat down with the program’s coordinator to learn what it’s all about and how we can help.