Who am I? Who am I? It should have been so easy for me to answer but wasn’t.
When my transgender spouse transitioned, I fell in love with her again.
I needed motivation to remind myself to stay positive and ignore negativity. With help from my mother and wife, I found it.
Microaggressions are little attacks on people of marginalized groups. When my wife and I came out, we were not met with overtly obvious hate. We were introduced to microaggressions instead.
I know mine began when I was a little girl. My parents divorced when I was 13-years-old and my sisters and I lived with our mother. Without…… Read more “Finding My Fierce”
When my husband came out as transgender, a mama-bear like need to protect her started brewing within me.
Google search ‘how to tell children about a transgender parent’ and find some really strange advice. There is no how-to guide. My wife and I found our own way to come out to our daughter. This is my family’s story.
After my partner told me he was trans, we rode a roller coaster of emotions together for nearly 6 months rocketing us up ‘what ifs’ and plummeting us through ‘should haves’.
But when Trump, the new DOJ, and the DOE withdrew their support of Title IX coverage for transgender people, the protections became debatable and, for many transgender people, the institutionalized support they relied is questioned.
Go Texan Day should celebrate the state’s diversity: race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and gender identity.