When you create a definition of transgender that relies on gatekeeping, the door is wide open for friendly fire.
"My favorite kind of person to love was someone I had to chase."
"I am absolutely terrified that my mental health status will be used against me."
If asexual people can’t identify as queer, where should they go when they feel broken?
First I was bipolar. Then I was borderline. Turns out, both were wrong.
After my friend's suicide, I realized something: We ask people to reach out. But we never explain how.
I remember being wheeled into the operating room and thinking, "Am I seriously doing this?"
We need gender inclusivity when we're talking about menstruation.
It's powerful to begin a new year by saying, "I'm choosing me."
I'm hoping the person who needs this will read it.