I submitted a piece to the New York Times Transgender Today Opinion pages. If you haven’t already take a look at the many stories that are shared there.
My piece is linked here: Alexander Walker
This project is so important to building visibility of the transmasculine community. It is the beginning of many projects, but the stories are only partially told. Will you help others connect with community, learn, and grow from BROTHERS?
Head on over and check out this resource for friends, families, and allies of trans individuals: Our Trans Loved Ones
Essential, and much welcomed, research on the experiences of individuals who are LGBTQ and people of color recently has been recently released by The Social Justice Sexuality Project. Their work examines Black, Latina/o, Asian Pacific Islander, and multiracial LGBTQ individuals in five main categories from a sociological and political perspective. These categories are:
Racial and Sexual Identity
Spirituality and Religion
Mental and Physical health
Family Formations and Dynamics
Civic and Community Engagement
This research was headed by Juan Battle from the City University of New York. There were 5,000 people who participated in the survey.
To read the report, visit the Social Justice Sexuality website.