Book Reviews · LGBTQ

Review: George by Alex Gino

Alex Gino’s George is a compelling and tender story about the strength it takes to live as a gender you don’t identify with, and the courage it takes to reveal to the world your real identity. This middle-grade fiction novel features George, a ten-year-old fourth-grader who loves reading, video games, and chocolate milk, and has… Continue reading Review: George by Alex Gino

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How to Respond When Others Ask About Your Child

It was March of 2016, and I was at our town’s community center to vote. A woman I had known since I had moved to town was checking me in. As usual, she was asking how my children were. Our children grew up together. Her oldest son was in the same grade as my oldest,… Continue reading How to Respond When Others Ask About Your Child

Book Reviews · LGBTQ

Review: Trans Like Me by CN Lester

Trans Like Me is a powerful blend of biography and cultural exploration into the broad experience of being transgender and how that term encompasses a vast range of gender-diverse people. The reader is introduced to concepts such as dysphoria and gender non-conforming youth, in addition to exploring how the use of gender binaries creates the… Continue reading Review: Trans Like Me by CN Lester


Not Liking Something Does Not Make it False

Over the past several years, I’ve heard a lot of arguments against people being transgender. “People are born either male or female, and they should stay that way.” “The Bible says it’s wrong so it must be.” “It’s a mental illness, and if those people got some help they’d be cured.” “It’s not natural.” I… Continue reading Not Liking Something Does Not Make it False


Transgender Day of Visibility

The International Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV) is an annual event that takes place on March 31st. According to the TDOV website, it was founded in 2009 which makes this the tenth year it has been celebrated. The purpose of TDOV is to honor and celebrate the accomplishments and victories of the transgender community, while… Continue reading Transgender Day of Visibility