This summer I'll be blogging about my experiences related to being transgender, dealing with depression and anxiety, and anything else life throws my way.
On April 24, 2015, the Olympian and Kardashian Dad opened the door to have a conversation regarding the transgender community.
When I was younger, a lot of people told me to watch the It Gets Better campaign videos as a source of support. But those videos almost made things harder for me.
No matter what the situation is, it's always best to be prepared if your kid comes out.
Even if you do not identify as part of the LGBT community, you still have an important role to play. You can learn to be an ally. The more I work with queer youth, the more I hear “If I had had just one person to talk to, maybe it wouldn’t have been so hard.” You and I can learn to be that one person. You and I can help.
My story? I'm happy to say that I am still living it. But, here is the preface.
If it wasn’t for Brendan I probably would still be in the closet or worse, in a coffin.
Growing up, I never thought I was gay. As a child, surrounded by the stories of Disney princesses and The Notebook, I developed romantic tunnel vision, seeing the only path to happiness as one that ended like the stories I so happily devoured. My avid imagination spurred my fantasies into intricate tales of me and […]
I love the phrase “come out the closet”. I’ve heard of people doing it in pretty extravagant fashion, like showing up to prom with their girlfriend, or just in subtle conversation like fashion. I have my own way of doing it.