Trans & GNC

Caesar Salad with a Side of (Mis)Gendering: When Dining Out Means Getting Outed

How the White- and Cis-Washing of the Stonewall Movie Hurts Trans People of Color

Separating Out Gender Identity from Gender Expression

6 Reasons Why Being Called a Cis Person Is Not ‘Oppressive’

Women Aren’t the Only People Who Get Pregnant – Here’s Why That Matters

Unpacking the Public Bathroom Debate for Cis People: Why Bathroom Access Needs to Be Safe for People of All Genders

Too Queer for Your Binary: Everything You Need to Know and More About Non-Binary Identities

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Help! I Think I Might Be Non-Binary, But How Can I Know?

These 5 Myths Might Be Holding You Back From Non-Binary Transition

6 Common Myths I Had to Unlearn to Embrace My Gender Identity

5 Ways to Be Intersectional in the Fight Against Imposter Syndrome

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This Non-Binary Trans Person Answers 7 Questions Trans Allies Are Still Asking

4 Ways I’ve Managed To Affirm My Gender Through Fashion

Can Having Genital Preferences for Dating Mean You’re Anti-Trans?

No, Trans Women Are NOT ‘Biologically Male’

5 Things You Should Know About Being Genderqueer

My Period and Me: A Trans Guy’s Guide to Menstruation

‘It Is Absurdly, Obscenely Common’: Incest Survivors Speak Out

Your First Time: A Sexual Guide for Trans Men

Top 10 Myths About Transgender People

Here’s How Trans Women Are Subtly Pushed Out Of Their Jobs

10 Myths About Non-Binary People It’s Time to Unlearn

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9 Things Not to Say to a Non-Binary Person

This Awesome Comic Shows Why Gender Transition Isn’t a Race

Here’s Why Misgendering Trans People Is an Act of Violence

Growing Up Black and Non-Binary – Finding Liberation Beyond the Gender Binary

Don’t Say Identity Labels Put Me In a Box – It’s More Like a Garden!

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4 ‘Compliments’ Trans People Don’t Need You to Make About Their Bodies

Why I Don’t Suppress My Gender Identity in the Workplace

Transgender People Are Not Included In Mainstream History. Here Are 5 Ways For Anyone to Combat Trans Erasure Everyday.