Why “Ally” is Verb, Not a Noun

Guest post by Invictus Animus "Allies" aren’t people. People may "ally" themselves to a cause. "Ally" is a verb. Now, I know that usage-wise, my stance is a bit controversial. "Ally" has long been used as a noun. But this usage creates a false expectation that...

#transstrong: The “T” Isn’t Silent

Readers, I'd like to introduce you to the lovely and talented Bailey Estevez. She recently reached out to see if I'd help in spreading the word about her latest creative endeavor, #transstrong. Her hope is to break the silence of the "T" in LGBT through...

Coming Out to Your Parents as Trans

  Are you an adolescent or teen and want to come out to your parent(s)? In this video I go over some things to keep in mind, as well as really great resources you can use to help you along the way. Links mentioned in the video: Reader Q&A:...

Rockin’ It: Five Months Post Op

by Danielle Badler It’s been almost exactly five months since my GRS surgery. Time to assess. I’ve heard people in similar situations say, “I’m still the same person.” I agree and disagree. Oh sure, I have the same flesh and blood. Although, uh, the shape of the flesh...