December 7, 2005

Before You Vote No…

I wrote the following e-mail to my (Indianapolis) city-county council member concerning the Human Rights Ordinance (Prop. 622). A Transgender Lives In Beech Grove! My name […]
December 6, 2005

The Garden State Of Eden

Recently New Jersey’s “Garden State Equality” announced that they are going to run a television ad campaign for the transgender equality bill, A3678/S2437. They’ve also done […]
December 3, 2005

Reason 430430983098 Why I Want Surgery

“Although Facen had breasts and lived as a woman, the Sheriff’s Department was treating her as a man because she had male genitalia, Lt. Tom Bennett […]
December 2, 2005

Jesus Loves Liars Too

“The American Family Association of Indiana is dedicated to reducing destructive sexual behavior by promoting Judeo-Christian values through education, active community partnering, and empowering individuals at […]
November 4, 2005

Sucking the Tit

I wrote the following post to an Indy listserv in response to a misunderstanding about our local advocacy group, Indiana Equality xxxx, ever since you posted […]
October 22, 2005

THE TRANSBUSTER

Chris Crain’s editorial lamenting that HRC apparently has finally decided to put their money where their mouth was and decide to become a GLBT rights organization […]
September 26, 2005

Open Letter to Windows Media

By Autumn Sandeen Dear Windows Media Management, I find it difficult to believe that Windows Media truly believes “Newspapers should reflect all aspects of their readers’ […]
August 14, 2005

What’s More Unfair?

When a middle school teacher leaves for the summer as he and plans to return as she, is it unfair to students? More or less unfair […]
August 5, 2005

Where is the Transgender Martin Luther King Jr.?

By Autumn Sandeen All quotes in italics are the words of Martin Luther King Jr. “Cowardice asks the question – is it safe? Expediency asks the […]
August 3, 2005

Update on Kim

Dr Kimberly Hyatt-Wallace commented on Transadvocate.com that she was sent the following e-mail from Spokane County Jail representatives: Dr. Hyatt-Wallace I was forwarded your e-mail and […]
July 31, 2005

Being Transgender is a Crime!

On Friday July 29th, 2005 Kim Stankovich turned herself in at the Spokane County Jail. Her crime? Being transgender. Kim is serving a seven day sentence […]
July 25, 2005

Heriosm, Endurance and Freedom

by Caillean McMahon Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance. The City of Los Angeles has just renamed a street intersection after an outspoken opponent of gay marriage […]
July 17, 2005

A Line In The Sand

by Caillean McMahon Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance This well may be the least popular editorial that I have ever written. Having said that, having warned […]
July 2, 2005

“Pat, The Whole LGBTQI Spectrum of People Are Important In Society!”

Transgender people ain’t necessarily homosexual people By Autumn Sandeen Today I read an article in the Argus (A California bay area newspaper) entitled “Homosexuals Important In […]
June 13, 2005

Bait and Switch

The “Focus on the Family” website recently published a “news story” concerning the recent HRC report that discusses the increasing number of major corporations adding gender […]
September 21, 2004

Letter To The Editor

The following is a response to the article “Some won’t ‘get over’ Daniels, gays meeting” published in the Indianapolis Star on September 19, 2004. Micah Clark’s […]
September 5, 2004

Democratic Dirty Tricks in Indiana Gubernatorial Race

In a stunning display of dirty politics, the Indiana Democratic party has been caught in a regrettable game of gay-baiting. Local activists have learned the Indiana […]
August 13, 2004

Transphobic Washington Blade Op-Ed

In response to the Op-Ed that ran in the Washington Blade I sent the following response: Chris, have you ever heard of transphobia? Transphobia is defined […]
June 26, 2004

Open Letter To Cheryl Jacques

Dear President Cheryl Jacques, Irony is the only word I can use to describe the recent release from the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) titled “New HRC […]
May 21, 2004

SONDA Revisted

On December 17th, 2002, the Sexual Orientation Non-Discrimination Act (SONDA) passed the New York Senate by a 34-26 vote and was signed into law. The bill […]