Tag: transgender

“We thought we would invite everyone to join in this effort. Rather than hide your love of the show take a step to give support to projects that are authentically connected with trans/cis women and/or LGBTQ prisoners. Fill out the form below and find… Continue Reading “”

Third Gender at University of Vermont

A Thoughtful Report on Non-binary Gender Options at University of Vermont Third Gender at University of Vermont

Today, November 20th is Transgender Day of Remembrance. I am remembering the too many transgender and gender diverse people whose lives have been destroyed, diminished or damaged by hate and ignorance. I am also honoring today my transgender and cisgender friends who stand up… Continue Reading “”

Auburn’s LGBT community celebrates sexual expression on campus – Oct. 11 1987 marked the first-ever National Coming Out Day a celebration of sexual identity among the Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender community. Today NCOD is an internationally…

Oct. 11, 1987 marked the first-ever National Coming Out Day, a celebration of sexual identity among the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community. Auburn’s LGBT community celebrates sexual expression on campus – Oct. 11 1987 marked the first-ever National Coming Out Day a celebration… Continue Reading “Auburn’s LGBT community celebrates sexual expression on campus – Oct. 11 1987 marked the first-ever National Coming Out Day a celebration of sexual identity among the Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender community. Today NCOD is an internationally…”

Auburn’s LGBT community celebrates sexual expression on campus – Oct. 11 1987 marked the first-ever National Coming Out Day a celebration of sexual identity among the Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender community. Today NCOD is an internationally…

Oct. 11, 1987 marked the first-ever National Coming Out Day, a celebration of sexual identity among the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community. Auburn’s LGBT community celebrates sexual expression on campus – Oct. 11 1987 marked the first-ever National Coming Out Day a celebration… Continue Reading “Auburn’s LGBT community celebrates sexual expression on campus – Oct. 11 1987 marked the first-ever National Coming Out Day a celebration of sexual identity among the Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender community. Today NCOD is an internationally…”

janetmock: AM Tonight host Alicia Menendez and I did something fun, awkward and enlightening. Alicia suggested that I “flip the script”on her during our interview about my book Redefining Realness and ask her all the invasive questions I’m asked to prove my validity during interviews.… Continue Reading “”

As we enter 2014

As 2013 comes to a close, and 2014 begins: 16 states and D.C. have extended marriage to same-sex couples, and now 36% of the country’s LGBT population lives in a state with marriage equality.6 states have extended civil unions or domestic partners to couples… Continue Reading “As we enter 2014”

The theme of the new issue of Bi Women is “The Bi*-Trans* Connection.” I’ll begin by explaining why “bi*” and “trans*,” rather than “bi” and “trans”: These terms reference the constellation of identities that people use to describe, respectively, non-binary sexual orientation and gender… Continue Reading “”

Bi Women Newsletter: Call for Submissions (The Bi*/Trans* Connection)

bisexual-books: Welcome to Bi Women Boston, the home of the Boston Bisexual Women’s Network and Bi Women, a quarterly newsletter produced in Boston for women everywhere.The theme for the Winter 2014 issue will be “The Bi*/Trans* Connection.” Because our very existence challenges societal binaries, bi* and… Continue Reading “Bi Women Newsletter: Call for Submissions (The Bi*/Trans* Connection)”

Many divas, many mics! Missing Camp Pride. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Camp, it’s a 5-day summer leadership program for LGBTQ and Ally college students and advisers who are interested in making change on their campus. The focus is on skill… Continue Reading “”