Category: 2012 Winter- When I Knew
Interview by Robyn Ochs Dana Peleg was born in 1969 and raised in Kiryat-Haim, a suburb of Haifa,...Read More
By Holly Lynn Danyliw When did I know I was bisexual? Good question, but for me, knowing I was bisexual and accepting it are two very different stories… I think from a very early age, I ‘knew’ I was attracted to...Read More
By Rae Fine In middle school I wasn’t really attracted to anyone – it was middle school, everyone was awkward and gross. But everyone around me was discovering their status as sexual beings, however mild those sexual feelings or...Read More
By Debbie Block-Schwenk I was always a late bloomer….. The villains in the cartoons I watched as a child always tied up the women, So I imagined tying them up, too. All I knew of the word, “queer” was that it meant...Read More
By Katrina Chaves On November 17, Massachusetts passed the Transgender Equal Rights Bill, making this the 16th US state to protect transgender and gender-nonconforming individuals from discrimination by adding protections to the...Read More
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