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The author and activist celebrated her agreement with Netflix, which she called the first "deal of its kind" for a transgender person.
"When your idol sees and uplifts your black greatness," the transgender rights activist wrote on Twitter.
A happy ending, perhaps, for the “Paris is Burning” set who inspired it all.
The NYC-based series will make history with its inclusive cast and production team.
The writer and trans activist wrote a blistering response to Lil Duval's not-funny bit on "The Breakfast Club."
To come out and tell the pharmacist, "No worries, I'm trans," would have instantly changed her view of me in ways I had little to no way of knowing; and while my personal safety wasn't at stake in this exchange, my desire to be seen for who I am was.
Using one camera and one light source, Seliger sought to capture the participants in the nation's ongoing fight for LGBTQ civil rights.
We all know Bey slays, but commentary like bell hooks' moves the conversation forward.