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A Reflection on Whole Woman’s Health

I’ve spent a majority of my life living in the Lone Star State. My high school mascot was a cowboy, I have a deep love of Whataburger and Blue Bell…

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Anti-Transgender Bills Are Plaguing the U.S.

In a desperate ploy to villify the transgender community, conservatives across the country are trying to cast transgender folks as intruders into traditionally gendered spaces. In particular, they’re focused on…

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Making the World Safe for Trans* People Like Me

Graphic art by Micah Bazant for the Audre Lorde Project Last Friday the queer community marked Transgender Day of Remembrance — also known as Trans Day of Resilience. This day, which…

Depiction of sign at protest reading "Trans people of color have been shot too."
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Remember Their Names

Photo by  On June 26, 2015 same-sex marriage was ruled legal in the United States by the Supreme Court.  At the time, the fight for marriage equality had become the…