In November 2016, Minnesota elected the first openly transgender Black woman to public office in the United States. Andrea Jenkins
I grew up in a conservative farming community in Minnesota. My sex education involved the gym/health teacher telling us, “You
Over the past 12 years, thousands of students have shared their hearts, brains, insecurities, stories, fears, and successes with me.
As a young trans woman of color, I wasn’t aware of the Stonewall Riots until early adulthood. What I have
Stuhr’s mom signed the permission slip, but they still had to sit down with the principal, football coaches, and the
As a kindergarten student in a diverse North Hollywood classroom in the 1960s, Kim Bartmann got the message that equality
TRIGGER WARNING: This is a story, among other things, about childhood sexual abuse My ancestry is a crazy quilt —
The year I transitioned femme-ward, in 2014, they called me brave. Was it because I was so unapologetic? Or was
Part 1: The Eyes That See Me There is a collection of eyes in every city and in every culture
I was given the identity “male” before I knew what it meant — before I was able to resist the label.