Do you know why someone might be afraid to be open about being trans? Riley J. Dennis shares the sobering reality of the risks.
Is it cissexist, or anti-trans, to say that you wouldn’t date a woman who has a penis? The answer’s more complicated than you might think.
“Try going to the Middle East – they would stone you there!” Riley J. Dennis has a great answer for people who think all Muslims hate LGBTQIA+ people.
Think you’re only a “real activist” if you participate in protests? Riley J. Dennis shares some perfectly good reasons why some activists don’t march.
“Trans women are women, but they’re still biologically male.” If you’ve thought or said this, this explanation will give you a much better understanding of sex and gender.
The media tends to sensationalize stories about kids coming out as trans. Here’s Riley J. Dennis with the facts behind common myths about transgender children.
Yes, it counts as violence when you intentionally refer to a trans person by the wrong gender – anyone who doubts that should check out this explanation by Riley J. Dennis.
Ever wondered how someone can be a man or a woman AND non-binary? Riley J. Dennis has a great explanation.
If you told a story about a white person, would you specify their race? Riley J. Dennis invites you to think about a common habit that affects how we understand race.
Rape culture shows up in some horrible ways on college campuses. So what can you do about it? Riley J. Dennis has some ideas for making your campus safer.