His old stand-up shows a man secure in his femininity, but still fully aware of his biological reality.
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Groped, touched “by mistake,” and leered at, I developed a profound hatred towards my breasts as a teenager. This hatred extended to my whole body, thanks to Indian men, and the impossible standards of performative femininity. I am quite sure I suffered from dysphoria of some kind, and in the
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According to the Human Rights Campaign, 26 transgender or “gender non-conforming” people were killed in the United States during 2018. Transgender rights activists say the murder of trans-identified people is a growing problem in the US. This claim, often phrased as an “epidemic of violence” against a vulnerable population, is
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The show that made it's home in the gray areas powerfully redeemed itself in the last seven minutes