While therapy can be helpful for some, for others it can be hard to find therapists that are safe to work with.
People say words don’t hurt, but some words can do a lot of damage.
A look at how history and how I was raised impact my idea of gender, as well as my own personal gender identity.
Dear Pam, It’s Mother’s Day. This is a day I once felt great pain over, but now I feel indifference. When was the last time we talked on a Mother’s…
So often disabled kids and LGBTQ kids are tormented, teased, and excluded. Some of them kill themselves. What would have happened if others were there for them?
Some of my thoughts on what happened in Orlando. We could have prevented this tragedy.
For the first time in American history, the president acknowledged that LGBT disabled people exist, and have unique needs and issues that need to be addressed.
A recent article on Mic reminded me of something I have spoken about many times before, but never with consideration to actual policy. The article explores the lack of care…
For many of us privilege and oppression are not mutually exclusive. I face multiple intersections of oppression personally. I am oppressed for being disabled both with physical and invisible disabilities….
Transgender people are expected to support films that minimally include them, often by using tactics that pretend to actually include the community, as a means of deceiving them into said support.