The Light and Healing of BlackTransMagick

At the Neptune, in a theatre full of beautiful Black and brown people, words were spoken that allowed many of us to heal. I saw my fellow trans and QPOC community members laugh and cry. I can only imagine that they felt the same chills creep up their spines as I did, as the beautiful truth, the beauty the is being trans and black was laid out before us.

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Trans Models Strut Their Stuff

When cable TV’s Oxygen network recently debuted their new show from producer Whoopi Goldberg, it had all the hallmarks of good reality TV. Their was sexy models, trash talk confessionals, and drinks being thrown into well made-up faces. Only one thing made the show stand out from the pack: the cast were all trans.

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Transforming the Conversation About Being Transgender

The transgender and gender-nonconforming community has seen significantly increased visibility over the past few years. Despite this increase in visibility, only 23% of people in Washington say they personally know someone who is transgender, according to TRANSform Washington, a newly launched statewide public education campaign from Pride Foundation.

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Translations Gets a Major Start

The 11th Translations: Seattle Transgender Film Festival kicks off tonight at the Egyptian Theatre with Major!, the story of Miss Major Griffin-Gracy, a 73-year-­old Black transgender woman who has been fighting for the rights of trans women of color for more than 40 years. The film, which recently sold out its San Francisco premiere at the historic Castro Theatre, shows one woman’s journey, a community’s history, and how caring for each other can be a revolutionary act.

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