A letter I shared on: Mx. Anunnaki Ray, Gender/Intersex Activist Facebook Page: Sending a note, to simply say thank you again, for listening, and sharing this page. It is sometimes hard for people to hear about a culture different than their own, especially when daily the news can be so depressing and unimaginable. I have… Continue reading Adding the “I” responsibly to LGBT
Tag: Born Perfect
The difference between transgender and intersex and the harm that wrong language can bring
Language is very important, and language can do harm. Here is one example to why: The biggest priority most intersex activists/advocates/educators have, like me, is ending genital mutilation in babies born with intersex traits and decreasing our bodies being aborted when detected before birth. This means "Born in the wrong body" transgender theories, can do… Continue reading The difference between transgender and intersex and the harm that wrong language can bring
Poem: Today I Celebrate my 2nd Birthday!
Today I Celebrate my 2nd Birthday! I sometimes do not know how I survived. But here I am, and I am alive. I have to thank you, my dear friends You told me I would make it and here I am Today Celebrating this very special Birthday! Here I stand I AM TWO… Continue reading Poem: Today I Celebrate my 2nd Birthday!
Christian Theologian Megan K. DeFranza, A True Ally and Bridge Builder
I have had the pleasure to work with Megan DeFranza personally, and it was such a relief to hear a Christian person speak to me without my morals, my very being, being judged, or assumed to be an abomination. Megan is a bridge builder. She is helping the Christian community to learn about us, to… Continue reading Christian Theologian Megan K. DeFranza, A True Ally and Bridge Builder
Poem: I Will Sing My Song
I Will Sing My Song How could you see my angel wings, you were blind, you could not sing. I was locked in a Cage. How could you see that I was special, they had lied to you, they told you I was all wrong and you believed them. You locked me up, and let… Continue reading Poem: I Will Sing My Song