2018 Publication Round Up

I wrote a lot in 2018!

How to Brew Tea for a Funeral

Disability, Intersex Identity, and Transgender Identity in The Orville’s About a Girl, The Geeky Gimp

On the Body: What Transgender History Can Teach Us About Censorship, American Library Association Intellectual Freedom Blog

4 Activists who make me Proud to be Disabled and Transgender, Rooted in Rights

Neville Longbottom and Anti-Racist Disabled Solidarity, The Geeky Gimp

Tomatoes, Heritage or Hate, Ruminate

“Bad Penny: Trauma, War, and Trans Identity,” Headcase: LGBTQ Writers and Artists on Mental Illness

 

Columbus Alive:

Incarceration is an LGBT Issue and Now is the Time to Act

Families, all families, Belong Free

Stop Lecturing Millennials and Start Supporting our Movements

Trick or treat your way through Queer and Trans history

Transgender liberation requires audacious dreams

Bohemian Rhapsody’ proves nothing can ruin Queen

#MeToo: Why I’m still fighting losing battles

Can the queer and transgender community reconcile?

New Year’s resolution reading recommendations

 

If We Knew Trans History:

White Queer People Yelling at Trans Women of Color during Pride Celebrations: An Incomplete History

Trans Love, part one: Sylvia Rivera and Julia Murray

Homoplace: Livable Worlds in The Early Works of Cheryl Dunye

Book Review: Black on Both Sides by C. Riley Snorton

Even without ScarJo, I am skipping Rub and Tug. Instead, I want to see Dominique Jackson play Lucy Hicks Anderson

Music by Trans Artists to Get Us Through These Tough Times

Trans Boys and Girls: Prince’s Under the Cherry Moon in the Context of Minneapolis Transgender History

Ru, Please! Trans women have been a part of drag for DECADES

 

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