With an unconventional museum model, Chris E. Vargas is helping trans people see themselves through art and objects.
On International Transgender Day of Visibility, allies should be setting an example for others.
After years of discrimination, these cosmetologists are going into business for themselves.
When gentrification sought to take over queer and trans spaces in the Tenderloin, black trans women worked to take it back.
“We have always been here. We actually started this thing, and you need to educate yourself about that.”
When transgender women are murdered, their deaths are often sensationalized. Raquel Willis explains what happens beyond the headlines.
When straight, cisgender black men are attacked, there’s an uproar. But where’s that same energy for black transgender women?
Trans servicemembers and their supporters are experiencing a range of emotions from fear, to anger, to disappointment.
With an air of powerful defiance against a world that still devalues Black trans power, Gossett hopes her work will be just one brick in the long road to liberation.
“I had always been an angry child and I always tried to find fault with the real world. I think becoming an activist was just a natural development from that.