Due to rampant transphobia, Tat Bellamy-Walker feels for himself that being fully out “is not worth the risk” right now. Being partially perceived as cis is a “method of survival.”
Tat Bellamy-Walker covers LGBT politics. His work has appeared in the New York Daily News, New York Amsterdam News, Women’s eNews, and on CNN.
Laverne Cox, who faced a transphobic attacker in Los Angeles, is not alone. The author, like many trans people, regularly faces harassment while going about their daily business.
In “As Much as I Can,” four Southern black men rediscover their relationships to faith, friends and community while living with HIV. It’s inspired by hundreds of real-life stories.
The ex-national security advisor's father died in ‘suspicious’ circumstances, authorities said. The place he was staying has a checkered past.
The ‘cold-blooded killer’ who ‘smiles and looks likes anyone’s mother or grandmother’ has stayed a step ahead of the law so far.
James Bloodworth said employees in Britain used a ‘toilet bottle’ system because they were reprimanded for arriving late from bathroom breaks.
‘It definitely was a hate crime,’ the teen’s mom said.
Virginia Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, shared a meme calling the teen a ‘special kind of stupid’ this week.
A group of 20 consumer orgs filed a complaint with the federal government this week, alleging the video titan has been illicitly using child users’ data.
Greenleaf, 46, filed a lawsuit this week in Manhattan claiming NBCUniversal fired her from her own show after she revealed a lifelong struggle with severe depression.