Founder Thistle Pettersen reflects on how her community’s many attempts to silence her only made her louder
Stella Perrett, cancelled political cartoonist, on self-censoring
His old stand-up shows a man secure in his femininity, but still fully aware of his biological reality.
The Massive Effort to Censor “Irreversible Damage” Shows the Trans Debate is Not About Reducing Harm
The response to Abigail Shrier's book reveals trans activists' true colors
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
Punching Well Above its Weight, and Straight in the Gut
Trans-identified people actually have a lower murder rate.
The year 1950 marked the beginning of India’s distinct artistic voice, free from the clutches of a 200-year colonial rule. Morale was high and there was a whiff of revolution in the air. It was around this time that the "Golden Era" of Hindi cinema came into its own