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We join Janet Mock in telling these woman: you had a purpose and you were loved.
In kindergarten, Mock says cubbyholes in her classroom were assigned to each student based on gender: blue for boys, red
Mock was 12 at the time. Wendi was a year older and had the courage Mock admired, as she tells Oprah in the above video from
In a piece for Marie Claire, the accomplished writer and journalist shared her story of growing up as a trans girl. It was
Mock first shared her story about growing up as a transgender woman through a seminal article in Marie Claire in 2011. A
While on HuffPost Live, Mock opened up about how the actions of her father while growing up acted as a form of gender policing
Transgender Activist Janet Mock Discusses Her New Book by SiriusXM News & Issues Mock said she wanted to do something different
With the release of her book "Redefining Realness" slated for tomorrow, transgender icon and activist Janet Mock is opening
Transgender writer and activist Janet Mock spoke to HuffPost Live about why the coming out process presents unique challenges
Writer and transgender advocate Janet Mock recently joined HuffPost Live to chat with Marc Lamont Hill about barriers that
Janet Mock joins HuffPost Live to discuss the barriers that transgendered people face in every day life.
In honor of Pride Month, HuffPost Gay Voices is chatting with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) icons who have
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During the interview, Richards stated that her collaboration with Toni D'Orsay, executive director of This Is H.O.W.started
Staring right into the camera, eyes wide open and with a warm smile, People.com Editor Janet Mock says, "I promise that it
The LGBTQ Youth Empowerment Conference is an important opportunity to create dialogue about what it takes to help LGBTQ youth of color be informed and aware of resources, make healthy and safe decisions about the way they live their lives, and feel supported by the greater community.
Here, Cane and Mock discuss their decision to be out as journalists, the duality of being black and LGBT and dealing with
2011-11-04-Masterimg3.pngPeople magazine's staff editor Janet Mock dishes on what it was like to grow up being seen as a boy and then transition to a woman.