Daily Archives: July 25, 2016

Raising Zay

Zay Crawford has felt like a girl since she was very young despite being assigned male at birth. With puberty fast approaching, she got an implant that suppressed the puberty process. This is the story of one family’s journey to … Continue reading

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Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Republican National Convention

The much anticipated look by John Oliver into the traumatic words spewing forth from Republicans in Cleveland last week.

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Our Weekly Wellness Round up Keeps You Up To Date

Originally posted on LGBT HealthLink, The Network for Health Equity:
Each week HuffPost Queer Voices, in a partnership with blogger Scout, LGBT HealthLink and researcher Corey Prachniak, brings you a round up of some of the biggest LGBT wellness stories…

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Happily Ever After

Originally posted on the quiet voice:
Two truths, one lie: 1)  My mother told twelve-year-old me that she “would rather have a dead son than a gay son.” This incident would set my eating disorder into motion. Years later it…

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Are Gay Suicides “Collateral Damage”? Gay Man Hanged From A Tree in Atlanta

Originally posted on Unfinished Lives:
Michael George Smith Jr., aka London Jermaine, found hanged in Atlanta’s Piedmont Park. Atlanta, Georgia – Trapped between anguish over family disapproval of his sexual orientation and nationwide protests over the police killings of black…

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When the Colors of this Rainbow Fight

Originally posted on Mx. Anunnaki Ray Marquez :
I am a Gender/Intersex Activist. I entered this world to help you change things. and yet I am excluded, talked badly about, and hurt by your lies. When the Colors of this Rainbow…

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