The song is based on the protagonist of Kathleen Winter’s novel Annabel: A Novel, which follows the struggles of a young hermaphrodite whose female genitalia was sewn shut as a baby. As any of the band’s fans would expect, Goldfrapp treats the subject delicately and with quiet grace. The video, directed by Lisa Gunning, is… read more »
Sam is a writer and performer who uses those skills as an ally to advance progress in the realms of LGBT equality and social justice. He tours the country speaking to college students about stereotypes, prejudice, and oppression, and writes for this site when he’s at home in Austin, TX. “I recently had the honor… read more »
Dr. Norman Spack, Co-Founder and Co-Director of Boston Children’s GeMS – Gender Management Service – shares his experience in treating transgender youth, how it has transformed their lives and given them hope. For more information, visit transparentstl.org or email email@example.com
A great video featured on CTV, interviewing Wren Kauffman, a young transgender male, as well as Kristopher Wells from the Institute for Sexual Minority Studies. They offer advice for parents on gender identities in children.
Published on Dec 20, 2012 Josie is 9 years old and was born as Joey. This is her incredible story. Posted by Genderkinderen
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Uploaded on Jul 11, 2009 This poignant and accurate episode of the NBC television show “ER” depicts what can happen when a family with a transgender child is forced to interact with a medical profession ill-prepared or informed on how best to meet their needs.
Waawaate is an award-winning actor and playwright who identifies as two-spirited. In 2009, his production of “Agokwe” — a one-man play which he wrote and starred in — won six Dora Awards. He is also a choreographer, dancer and producer. A proud Anishnaabe from Grassy Narrows First Nation, he is a graduate and winner of… read more »
The Two-spirited Rebirth of Indigenous Nations: An Interview with Waawaate Fobister
Transforming FAMILY jumps directly into an ongoing conversation among trans people about parenting. It’s a beautiful snapshot of current issues, struggles and strengths of transexual, transgender and gender fluid parents (and parents to be) in North America today. WITH OPEN CAPTIONS Documentary, 11 min, 2012.