While online spaces can provide access to critical relationships, they can also amplify feelings of low self-worth.
There is no one way to do TJ — it looks different because communities are different, geography is different, violence is different
Non-binary people should never have to prove or alter ourselves to be worthy of care, compassion and the right to make our own decisions about our bodies.
Hearing the phrase “Asian sadness” made me feel like my depression linked to my Asian American identity isn’t just something I made up.
Women and people of color already fight to get into spaces we aren’t usually welcome or seen in. We have to work twice as hard to get what we want, and harder to maintain what we get.
“My dysphoria fluctuates almost hourly. I can feel fine, look in a mirror, not like what I see, and my day is ruined.”
I wanted to start a dialogue around a form of abuse that society has stigmatized and avoided discussing for far too long.
Just this weekend, 26 people, half of whom were children, were murdered in a church mass shooting, marking this year as the deadliest year for mass shootings in modern U.S. history. The shooter, Devin Patrick Kelley, a 29-year-old white man, was dressed in all-black tactical gear and armed with a rifle when he attacked the […]
It’s important for companies to be aware of the needs of their trans employees, and that includes nonbinary people.
We’re allowed to unplug from the Internet and take a step back from social media—and not just during times when we’re already feeling fatigue and burnout.