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Transgender Bathroom Break - Tastes Like Irony
March 7, 2015
This past weekend we loaded up the car for a trip to Phoenix. My girlfriend, Katie, and I were off to visit my daughter. We decided to drive the 1,100-plus miles instead of flying because it is a heck of a lot cheaper. And with all of the TSA hoops at the airport, combined with common flight delays; I'm not convinced that in some cases, it's not actually faster to drive. more . . . .
 
Policing the Bathroom Police
February 27, 2015
This isn't the first time I've had problems going to the bathroom. When I was 21 years old, I worked in an office complex. I was openly transgender and an activist for six years already. The whole town knew about me. more . . . .
 
The Problem With Bisexual Invisibility
February 24, 2015
"Help make bi visible," a bisexual writer scrawled on a comic I received at a convention in 2013. I thought it was a neat sentiment, but the gravity of the phrase didn't really resonate until recently, when I really began to understand the impact that bisexual invisibility can have. more . . . .
 
Why Is It So Hard to Say, "This Is My Wife"?
February 22, 2015
My wife and I recently celebrated our first wedding anniversary, but we've been together for nearly a decade. By now, I should be comfortable saying I'm married to a woman. Instead, when people ask if we're sisters or friends, my wife and I glance anxiously at each other, urging, No, you say it. Everyone has an opinion about being gay, and we often have to come out to people without knowing how we'll be received. A sort of fatigue sets in. more . . . .
 
It's Time for Trans Lives to Truly Matter to Us All
February 19, 2015
Each November LGBT centers, local groups, and churches host events for Transgender Day of Remembrance. It's a single evening, a few hours, dedicated to memorializing those who were violently murdered for being transgender. Nearly all of the victims are women, of color, poor, and many likely engaged in sex work. In the United States, most are young black or Latina women. It's a somber and depressingly impotent occasion as the needs of these women were never prioritized in life, and the crisis is largely ignored by everyone other than trans women of color the rest of the year. more . . . .
 
 
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