The internet made trans people visible. It also left them more vulnerable.

Posted on AllSides December 27th, 2019
From The Left
transgender, internet, LGBT rights

This decade has been a double-edged sword for trans people.

In 2010, the US had its first Black president, Facebook hadn’t yet gone public, and people still thought I was a man.

The way I experienced these past 10 years as a trans woman almost mirrors the status of the trans community at large. I entered the decade ostensibly as a happily married man, trying to build my life and career while repressing my gender identity. Five years in, I found my true self through persistent self-exploration. And I’m now...

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