It’s never too early to introduce your children to what it means to be LGBT identified. More and more people are coming out as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Asexual, Queer, 2 Spirited & Gender Queer each year. There’s no better way to raise visibility of our community than teaching our kids what acceptance is. Take a look […]
Reading is a great way to get a peek into someone else’s life, and there are so many stories from people all along the gender spectrum to learn about. We’ve made a list of books to check out if you’re looking to know more about gender studies and trans issues. Some of our picks include tell-all biographies, guides for those new to […]
I grew up on the Wirral in England, where, as a child, I was often bullied a lot for being “different” – I was intellectually bright and quite eccentric.
As a successful businessman living on a farm in North Yorkshire with his wife and two children, life for Graham Pascoe appeared to be rosy.
I asked my parents for my eleventh birthday which was on June twenty five to have my sex change operation. I grew out my hair and I have been taking hormone replacement drugs for my transformation. On June twenty five two thousand and ten I was ready. Two days later I was now a girl.
There is a lot of criticism towards the asexual community and the aromantic community for all the new terminology both communities put together. Most criticism centers around confusion and questions as to why these terms are a necessity.
I suppose if you’re cis (or just think you are), you want to know how people come to this type of conclusion about ourselves.
After all, it’s not like we live in a world or culture where it’s any at all “normal” for people to question their assigned gender at birth (AGAB) at any point in their lives.