I am a trans-gentleman looking to make a difference in this world. I was born female but that does not make me any less of a man. I believe that everyone has the right to self-determination and that no one has the right to tell another person what they are or aren't. I believe in Universal Human Rights and in a higher power that is not full of wrath and rules but just pure creative and loving energy.
I have dedicated my life to making positive change in the world through my work as an LGBT activist. I am currently a Political Science Major at University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point and plan on working with organizations like the Human Rights Campaign, National Center for Transgender Awareness and others in the activist community after I graduate.
In the meantime, I use social media to spread a message of equality.
I am here to make a difference in this world. Please join me.
My most recent publication is acts as a guide to other FTMs based off of my journey transitioning.
Check out my blog about my journey as activist and FtM at boxersandbinders.com
Click here to visit Legalize Trans.
The Salvation Army discriminates against LGBT individuals as part of their belief system. That is why I am begging you to please remember to avoid the red bucket and send your pocket change to one of these organizations that does great work and is LGBT friendly.
Some straight people told me recently how much they loved Dallas Buyers Club. I was tempted to tell said straight people that I hated the movie, that a narrative about AIDS in the 1980s that uses queer people as a background is a little too 1990 for me—but I relented. My thoughts are, I tell…
When it comes to infection, what was true in 1983 may well become true again.
This is why days like today happen, this is why we spread awareness, this is why we educate as many people as possible. "If this article doesn’t scare the shit out of you, we are in real trouble… Unless we fight for our lives we shall die."
Join us on December 1st for World AIDS Day and change your profile photo to the “I Am Enough” logo as we remind everyone that they are enough regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, age, ethnicity, disability, religious views, political affiliations, or HIV status.
You can help spread the word that we are ALL ENOUGH regardless of our identities— join us this first day of the month and show us and your friends how ‘ENOUGH’ you can GO!
Invite your friends, it is simple enough, just click SHARE.