September 18, 2017

Violence, Nonviolent Action, and Social Reaction: A Nonviolent Amazon Perspective

by Margo Schulter In a TransAdvocate article entitled “On the Ethics and Utility of Violence,” an anonymous contributor makes the case for such violent acts as […]
July 17, 2017

Timeline of Queer & Trans POC-led Resistance to #HB2

By Alexx Andersen There has been a lot of misinformation about North Carolina’s House Bill 2 through various media outlets, as well as a general lack […]
April 4, 2017

We’ve been here before: child molesters & the political right

his was the era of Anita Bryant’s crusade against lesbians and gays. “As a mother,” Bryant said, “I know that homosexuals cannot biologically reproduce children; therefore, […]
January 22, 2017

Part II, The History – The Rise and Fall of #DiscoSexology: Dr. Zucker, CAMH, & Conversion Therapy

By Cristan Williams Upon completion of this series, this work will be released, in its entirety, as both an audio and ebook. Installment Preface Welcome to the […]
October 14, 2016

Johns Hopkins Resumes Trans Care

Johns Hopkins was an early pioneer in American trans care until anti-LGBT activist Paul McHugh began working at the hospital. In 1979, McHugh was able to end trans care […]
May 20, 2016

In Memory of Terri Williams Moore (1941–1976)

A trans historian considers the backwards progress of the way media represents our dead. By Kat If you are thinking of transitioning but have yet to […]
April 12, 2015

Repeating the cycle at MichFest: The clash of two feminisms

The yearly struggle the trans community experiences with MichFest has been taking place for so long, some of us have trouble remembering why MichFest’s “womyn-born womyn” […]
November 21, 2014

Family Matters

September 18, 2014

Fact Checking Janice Raymond: The NCHCT Report

It has long been asserted that the iconic TERF opinion leader, Janice Raymond, played a part in bringing an end to the public and private coverage […]