Here’s a piece of trans history they don’t teach you about in…

Here’s a piece of trans history they don’t teach you about in school.

Is anyone interested in editing an upcoming publication on…

Is anyone interested in editing an upcoming publication on queerness and disability from one of our members? Learn more below!

“My name Dani Henri and I go by he/him pronouns. I am a disabled trans guy who is a newer member of TSER. Recently I experienced ableism in online and offline LGBTQIA+ spaces. Because of this, I wanted to make an infographic about ableism in LGBTQIA spaces. However, after creating a survey for disabled LGBTQIA+ folks and getting over 250 responses, I decided to write a full manual about making LGBTQIA+ spaces more accessible. It also discusses spoon theory and other concepts to show the disabled point of view in the community. 

Want to fight ableism with me? Here’s how you can help: I need people to read for grammatical errors in the document. It’s currently 27 pages including charts, data, and fillers from the survey. Multiple people are needed. You can message us if you’re interested and I will add you Google Doc! You can edit at your leisure. This is a topic that’s super close to my heart and I would really appreciate the help. – Dani”

Did you know you can donate to trans youth simply by shopping on…

Did you know you can donate to trans youth simply by shopping on Amazon? Go to the following link to contribute: smile.amazon.com/ch/46-1860104

For the fourth year of the Trans Day of Resilience (TDOR)…

For the fourth year of the Trans Day of Resilience (TDOR) project, sponsored by the national organizing group Forward Together, ten transgender, gender-nonconforming, and nonbinary visual artists and poets of color came together to create original art centered around trans resilience. Trans Day of Resilience is a reimagining of Transgender Day of Remembrance — a day on which we memorialize those our community has lost to anti-trans violence. Learn more about the artwork here.

The best support you can give transgender veterans is to listen…

The best support you can give transgender veterans is to listen to them, keep them safe, and not support wars for $$$.

ID Please: Quick Guide to Changing Federal Identity Documents | Transgender Law Center

ID Please: Quick Guide to Changing Federal Identity Documents | Transgender Law Center

When “desisters” aren’t: De-desistance in childhood and adolescent gender dysphoria

When “desisters” aren’t: De-desistance in childhood and adolescent gender dysphoria:

Some trans youth do experience regret: regret that they didn’t transition sooner