transgender identity

If the people I have talked to in my practice -- both those who identify as gender minority and those who identify as cisgender -- are any indication, we will likely conclude that gender identity is as much on a scale as is sexual orientation.
Excusing my flaws under the blanket of gender identity was easier than wrestling with them. I threw in the towel, and, over time, the resignation in my heart aged into acceptance.
"I am out and proud of being trans," one interviewee notes in the above video. "T-R-A-N-S -- I'm trans! Get over it!" Others
What is it like to be transgender in Kansas City, Missouri? A compelling new television show from Discovery Life will tell
"Our mission for the show is to tackle the topics of gender and sexuality by actually talking with people whose lives intersect
Head here to see more from Milo's Tumblr. At a time when transgender individuals are receiving more mainstream visibility
"It used to be that anyone who was gender neutral or transgender was kind of left in this limbo… and they couldn't identify
Check out the "I'm A Guy" video above. In essence, Hennessy is challenging what it means to be transgender and pushing the
Grindr is infested with profiles that state: "Masc for Masc," which makes me questions if gays today are using their "masc" as a mask.
She continued, "Firstly, how can you be so stupid that you don’t remove a Post-it note like that before sending it? Seriously
In this incredible video, Jones chronicles her journey through a series of photographs. "I used to drown my sorrows in alcohol
Shot and directed by award-winning documentary filmmaker Lori Petchers, "A Self-Made Man" examines "the complexities of gender
Linda F., the mother of a 12-year-old-transgender daughter, joined HuffPost Live today to talk about her family's experiences
The Social Security Administration removed surgery requirements for transgender people to officially change their gender
I know there are plenty of people who, looking back at their younger selves, have had occasion to think, "Man, what you don't know could fill a book." However, I'm unique in that the book filled with the things I don't know is an actual book.
As I was coming out as trans*, every corner of cyberspace I turned to said I had to feel like a "boy stuck in a girl's body." Every documentary and TV show taught me that I had to harbor an intense hatred for my body being wrong. This is the normative transgender narrative, and I don't fit it.