Category: 2014 Winter – The Bi *Trans* Connection
By Sally Goldner My first coming out journey was in relation to trans in 1995 when I was 29. There...Read More
By Rev. Francesca Bongiorno Fortunato I was excited to learn that the theme of this issue of Bi...Read More
By Sam Schmitt I lack the language to encapsulate my gender and sexual identities. I once toyed with the “I am human” mantra in lieu of larger identity claims, but I dislike forgoing words to describe myself. The ability to...Read More
You Look Like a Girl She looked down at my ID, and said, “You sound, look, and act like a girl and this ID shows a man, therefore I’m not giving you a laptop.” It looks just like me. I identify with my ID. I wasn’t there dressed...Read More
By Pauline Park Nowadays, most organizations serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender...Read More
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