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This is the first in a series of stories of my incredible and innovative journey beyond sexual assault. It will hopefully open up healthy dialogues about sexual assault in our LGBT communities. I … more
Have you ever wondered why there are times when nothing goes right? The principles of metaphysics teach us that nothing happens tous that doesn’t happen through us. While this concept … more
When my wife and I got married last September, we opted not to have a traditional wedding party with female bridesmaids and male groomsmen. We try to buck traditional gender roles whenever we can. … more
Finding love is a big concern for trans people, and it’s not without its validation. A trans guy told me that when he came out to his mom, his mom said, “Who’s going to love … more
The health and well-being of our LGBTQ community depends on us all telling our stories. It is important the new generation understands the past. It is important the mature generation never … more
Do you think this issue’s column is just for the guys? Wrong! Read on ladies (and gentlemen ,too)! What does it mean to be a man in the 21stcentury? Guys all over … more
Finding Your Normal Have you noticed how the “new normal” keeps changing? It’s been increasingly difficult for columnists to write in advance, as we must do because of … more
If there’s ever been a time to be reminded of our shared humanity, it is during this pandemic. COVID-19 is no respecter of persons; it discriminates against no one. One’s social … more
Excalibur #9  Tini Howard Synopsis: “Following a very successful Werewolf hunt, EXCALIBBUR seeks unimpeded passage into Otherworld. But there is a great distance to travel before … more
I hope that by the time the May/June edition is off the press, The Library is once more open to the public after having been closed since mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  But while The … more
As a trans man, I feel ignored. I don’t see myself represented in mainstream media. There is hardly any research on trans men. Even in the trans community, transgender often seems to default to … more
How are you doing? That’s a question that I’ve been asking a lot lately, and one that carries more weight than usual. Some of us are trying to balance full-time remote work with caring … more
A column by Brad Polumbo last fall in the online magazine Quillette was headlined It’s Time for LGB and T to Go Their Separate Ways. In essence he argued that gender and biological … more
I often look around me and feel so incredibly blessed and grateful for my life. This hasn’t always been the case, but life has just gotten better and better and I’m so lucky to lead the … more
This is the fourth and last in a series of stories of my incredible and innovative journey beyond PTSD/sexual assault. It will hopefully open up important dialogues about PTSD/sexual assault in all … more
"Oh … My … God – He’s perfect for me!” “Just wait till you meet her!” “I’ve always admired this amazing couple, and now they want to add ME to … more
We end 2019 in a state of high anxiety as we wonder what 2020 will bring politically and how the struggle for social justice will play out this time around. How can things get worse, right? And yet … more
Look at how resilient we are. Look how strong. Look at all we’ve gone through and we’re still here. Every single trans person I know has been through traumatic experiences. Family … more
It seems like my journey has elements of the Star Wars opening crawl. It is as though November 12, 2015 was indeed a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. ... more
Is it time to take charge of your life in a new and more dynamic way? Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? Then today is the day to start preparing to change and have the life you … more
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