Some days are better than others, especially when there are health issues to be considered. Most of the time it is little things which creep up on you unnoticed, other times they decide to gang up and jump you, leaving you to simply survive until you can catch your breath.

Today was the latter.

Trump proposes genocidal national ban on transgender existence if he wins 2024


On Tuesday morning, Donald Trump released an anti-transgender tirade of a speech on his social media website Truth Social, outlining a genocidal plan against all transgender existence in the United States. Everyone on the right from mainstream Republicans to hardcore neo-Nazis are celebrating the video while Democrats and legacy news media outlets have so far largely ignored it. “So this is what we are up against,” tweeted legislative researcher and pro-transgender activist Erin Reed. She continues, “a national transgender ban in 2024. This is what they are planning. DeSantis is practicing this through executive actions in Florida. Trump is openly saying he will do the same.” This is unambiguously genocidal territory. Holocaust museums have warned that this rising anti-LGBTQ+ rhetoric mirrors the hate that led up to the rise of Nazi Germany.

The passage of anti-transgender legislation increases internet searches for “suicide” and “depression”

The passage of anti-transgender legislation increases internet searches for “suicide” and “depression”

A new study published in PLOS One investigated the consequences of anti-transgender rights legislation on internet searches of suicide or depression. Researchers discovered that when states and local governments passed anti-transgender bills, suicide and depression searches increased. If an anti-transgender bill was legislatively defeated, the number of searches related to these topics decreased. Finally, there was no significant difference in internet searches when legislators were debating bills

Hormone therapy improves mental health for trans youth

Hormone therapy improves mental health for trans youth

Researchers tracked 315 trans and non-binary young people in what is reportedly the largest study in the U.S. to date.

The study is reportedly the largest in the U.S. to date. Over the course of two years, researchers tracked 315 trans and non-binary young people between the ages of 12 and 20 receiving hormone therapy. According to a summary of the research, “During the study period, appearance congruence (alignment between gender identity and physical appearance), positive affect, and life satisfaction increased, and depression and anxiety symptoms decreased.”