Here’s what I’m looking for: Short stories, 5,000 words or less. You, the author, must identify as trans. If you think you are trans, you are trans.
Trans activists in Puerto Rico insist they are not a distraction, but central to the struggle for independence.
Despite New York’s progressive reputation, it ranks among the top states for anti-trans violence. What are the factors that contribute to the plight of trans New Yorkers?
The Lone Star state has repeatedly attempted to take life-saving resources away from trans people.
Trans people have been reported as experiencing an epidemic of violence. But why does the violence happen in the first place?
Louisiana is in the top three states for the highest amount of anti-trans violence. Remnants of laws from the 1800s continue to trap trans people in a cycle of abuse.
Even with a new administration in office, we continue living in Trumpland. Tony Zosherafatain and Chella Man excavate what Trump has revealed about anti-trans violence in this country — and the future trans people deserve.
Four trans individuals are featured in the new docu-series exploring the impact of Trump’s ideologies.
Four submissions about trans people loving all up on another, in not just romantic ways! Illustrated by Bishakh Som.
2020 wasn’t quite a victory for many people. But the intersex community has much to celebrate.
In a year of incredible trials, the trans community has continued to build the connection and interdependence necessary to thrive and usher in a better world.
In a year of grief and turmoil, trans communities gave us a glimpse of a future we all deserve.
“People were always so impressed that you didn’t leave me, but your gift wasn’t staying — it was seeing. Most people don’t get to transition under the pansexual gaze of someone who loves them the way you loved me.”
This #TransDayOfRemembrance, trans lives are more than a list of names. We are vessels of ancestral memory.
Stop what you’re doing right now and watch Alice Júnior on Netflix.
I idolized Shane, and the only trans man in the series, Max. I wanted to mirror their everyday existence. I wanted to emulate their cool. I wanted the attraction they seemed to be dripped in. I wanted the clothes they wore, I wanted my jeans to have a hole in the crotch like theirs did.
We’re always coming out. As an: anime fanatic, manga-collecting Pokémon plushie hoarder; as a giddy, youthful ray of sunshine and not just the dense, American Dream-deprived immigrant, prompted over-thinker — I realize I am more than any of these individual rooms at all times.
Joanne Rowling and I might have more in common than she thinks.
Housing initiatives in the South showcase the continued resilience and resourcefulness of trans communities, despite discriminatory proposed rules by the government.
“I have a question!” she exclaims. Stepmom knows where this is going so she tries to head her off, but the child will not be dissuaded. “My question is,” — here it comes — “… are you transgender?” No one knows what to say, me included.
Love without a blueprint leaves room for unknown possibilities. I spoke to seven trans people about how the pandemic has changed their relationships and how trans love has changed their lives.