LGBT Voices

Many trans people in the country didn’t know that transitioning was possible
Skylar Kergil is a 25-year-old poet, musician, YouTuber and writer. Skylar is also a transgender man. Back when he started
I'm not a man. I'm not a woman. I'm not trans. So what the hell am I? Indefinable. I like that answer.
Beleaguered by hatred, our personal struggles tie us to the shared experience of our marginalized minority, which, largely
This inequality extends to many aspects of life. One Our Tomorrow respondent, Kevin in New York, painted a vivid picture
For much of the past decade, the public conversation about the LGBTQ movement has focused on the hotly debated topic of marriage equality. Meanwhile, many LGBTQ people have quietly struggled with the impact of the national economic downturn.
You get to be the hero or the villain. You get to save the world or destroy it. You can become the richest tycoon or fight real time strategy battles against live opponents. You can travel to places you've never imagined and see things we can only dream about. For transgender people it's something even more special. A dream we've held for so long.
On the night of the company Christmas party, Jacie was struck in the face by a coworker who will remain unnamed at this time. She was knocked unconscious. To stop the violence we all have to stand up for people like Jacie and show the world that transgender people are just that -- people.
If you're transgender and you're not telling your partner, you are not living a true relationship. You are lying to them. Think about this: If they don't love you for who you really are, then they don't really love you.
If your child has the courage to come to you and tell you that they are transgender, then honor that.