For three years, Casey Parks chronicled the life of Jay, a transgender teenager in Washington State. This is the first installment in a three-part series for the Oregonian.
“As long as his contours didn’t give his secret away, ‘Jay’ was a clean slate, a boy who could be anyone.” For three years, Casey Parks chronicled the life of a transgender teenager in Washington State. This is part one in a three-part series.
Jason Phoebe Rusch, in a raw and honest essay in Entropy, takes readers through an experience of being transgender that’s different from most of the narratives the media focuses on.
An examination of one family’s experience with a child who has gender dysphoria: As a teacher, Stephen knew how cruel kids could be. He imagined his child walking into the social battlefield that is school, insisting she was a boy when under her clothing, she wasn’t. What about bathrooms? P.E.? The prom? How would all […]