Translating Hate: Questions

A few days ago I saw that someone had linked to my blog, and went over to see what it was all about. I was thoroughly disappointed to see that the person who had linked to my posts, twice, was less than positive – they were downright hateful. After my initial upset calmed down, I opted against engaging in a flamebait war by arguing against … Continue reading Translating Hate: Questions

International Women’s Day

Today (March 8th) was International Women’s Day. In efforts to stay on track and on schedule, here’s the related news clipping from GLAAD Blog where “the Transgender Law Center shares a story about Dawn, a transgender women, and her struggles of working in a male-dominated field.” Why should we take a day to celebrate half the population? Why should we take an entire day to … Continue reading International Women’s Day

In the News: “The Road To Transgender Equality is Long. Help Shorten It”

Today’s post on Change.org, titled “The Road To Transgender Equality is Long. Help Shorten It” explains how transgender people are still facing more discrimination than even gays. there’s new evidence that the “T” has seen the least progress of the other three letters of that oft-used acronym While I am privileged enough to have never faced harsh discrimination for being trans, gay, or queer, I … Continue reading In the News: “The Road To Transgender Equality is Long. Help Shorten It”