Torture

is what life is for a transgender youth that can’t come out. Hell, as a child I wouldn’t even think about it, lest someone peer into my thoughts. I wore masculinity as my shield to keep others from hurting me. I ended up trusting no one and living a life that was very lonesome, even when surrounded by others.

I wish the support todays youth has would have been around when I was a child. It would have saved me a lot of pain, heartache, and time.

A friend sent me this video. Please pass this on.

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Part II, The History – The Rise and Fall of #DiscoSexology: Dr. Zucker, CAMH, & Conversion Therapy
Johns Hopkins Resumes Trans Care
The New York Magazine lies to parents about trans children
The media is lying about why NC is being sued
Part VIII, Interview the Author of The Last Time I Wore A Dress – The Rise and Fall of #DiscoSexology: Dr. Zucker, CAMH, & Conversion Therapy
Part VII, Interview With Affirmative Therapy Pioneer – The Rise and Fall of #DiscoSexology: Dr. Zucker, CAMH, & Conversion Therapy
Part VI, Interview With Gender Infinity Co-Founder – The Rise and Fall of #DiscoSexology: Dr. Zucker, CAMH, & Conversion Therapy
Part V, Interview With Zucker’s Patient – The Rise and Fall of #DiscoSexology: Dr. Zucker, CAMH, & Conversion Therapy
Campus Free Speech and Sophistry
Owning Endosex Privilege and Supporting the Intersex Community: WPATH, Intersex Genital Mutilation (IGM), and Sex Variant Bodies
The Gill Foundation & NCTE choose money over trans lives
In Memory of Terri Williams Moore (1941–1976)
The Gill Foundation & NCTE choose money over trans lives
The Politics of Transphobia
Fight back: Report Mississippi & North Carolina HATE here!
The 2008 Gainesville Bathroom Bill TV Spot Revisited