What does the scholarly research say about the effect of gender transition on transgender well-being?
Analyzing and refuting the inaccuracies lodged against the lgbt community by religious conservative organizations. Lies in the name of God are still lies.
Being out and proud is important, writes Milo Primeaux, but visibility alone will not set us FREE
The note was draped casually on my husband’s pillow but I was the first to see it.
“Conversion therapy continues to be used on LGBTQ youth in the U.S. despite widespread support for ending the controversial practice, according to a new report.”
“Massachusetts voters in 2018 will determine the fate of a LAW established in 2016 that protects transgender individuals from discrimination in public accommodations.”
(Via. Daily Free Press)
“A new YouGov survey reveals that a quarter of Americans say they wouldn’t be friends with a transgender person. Fewer than a fifth would date one. Why the lack of acceptance?”
(Via. The Daily Beast)
“A groups of teenagers with zero filmmaking experience made a movie about their lives. Now they’re getting noticed in Hollywood.”
(Via. Gay Star News)
This hits close to home.
“In the first season of Amazon’s incredible, visceral series Transparent, we meet Maura, a transgender woman who decides to come out later in her life. Maura has three kids and an ex-wife, all of whom struggle to see this new side of a person they’ve known for decades. During this time of struggle (and in flashbacks), we also learn what is known as Maura’s ‘dead name’ — aka the name she had prior to her transition.”