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Calif. school elects trans homecoming queen, gay king

Calif. school elects trans homecoming queen, gay king

 By Mitch Kellaway on The Advocate Another homecoming season is fast approaching, and with it come the uplifting stories of LGBT hopefuls reaching one of the pinnacles of their school year: being elected homecoming royalty. While the number of queer and trans homecoming kings, queens, princesses, and princes rises each year, perhaps the [...]

Opinion: Inclusion anyone?

By Taieja Cook Life as a Black lesbian in Rochester, who also happens to be in her twenties, isn’t ideal. I suffer from multiple mental health disorders including depression and anxiety. Although these facts aren’t always interlinking, the truth is, they impact one another deeply. Since moving back to Rochester, I have been in search of [...]

Trans*Missions By Laine DeLaney: Visibility and Passing, Risk and Reward

It's coming around to that time of year again: The International Transgender Day of Visibility (March 31).  This holiday was originally founded by Michigan-based transgender activist Rachel Crandall, partly as a reaction to the lack of holidays honoring transgender people. As many of us are, she was apparently frustrated that the only holiday [...]

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