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“LEAVING VOGUE MORAN” The ultimate trans chaser turned love story

“LEAVING VOGUE MORAN” The ultimate trans chaser turned love story

“LEAVING VOGUE MORAN is not a story of trans rights. This is a story of a douche bag desperately trying to find a way not to be a douche bag anymore.” Vogue Moran explains “This is my story. I wanted to have a normal life, but how do you have a normal life with a […]

Watch Laura Jane Grace Burn Her Birth Certificate on stage in NC

Watch Laura Jane Grace Burn Her Birth Certificate on stage in NC

Against Me! frontwoman Laura Jane Grace promised a protest of HB2 during her Saturday gig in NC, and did she ever deliver! consequences of Sound reports On Sunday night, Against Me! played their scheduled show at the Motorco Music Hall in Durham, North Carolina, where frontwoman Laura Jane Grace protested the bill by taking a lighter to her […]

NCAA to require host state be #HB2 Free!

NCAA to require host state be #HB2 Free!

NC Gov Pat McCrory’s blatantly discriminatory #HB2, now synonymous with hate, has been defeated on the court. Next step, in the court. We will Win. A google search this morning resulted in 160,000 returns when queried about NC Gov Pat McCrory telling opponents of HB2 with news that his basketball team would play at the […]

Shrek Musical Changed After Using Transphobic Slur

Shrek Musical Changed After Using Transphobic Slur

A Canadian production of the Shrek musical has chosen to change its script following a complaint over the repeated use of the word ‘tranny’. A transgender man, Ky Greyson, told news sources that he walked out of a showing of the production when the character of the Big Bad Wolf called out the word after […]

Interview with transgender musician Jaime Page

Interview with transgender musician Jaime Page

I would like to introduce you to an incredibly talented musician that is making a big splash recently in Australia. Jaime Page is an Australian composer, songwriter, and guitarist that is releasing a new album this month. This album marks a transformative moment in Jaime’s life, not just for her music but also for her […]

Dark Universe album review, an audiobiographical story of transition

Dark Universe album review, an audiobiographical story of transition

Dark Universe is a new album from Australian composer, songwriter, and guitarist, Jaime Page. Jaime recently spoke with Planet Transgender about her music and her transition. It is my honor to share with you a review of the advance copy of her new album today before it hits the shelves. In a word, this album […]

Powerpuff Girls Transgender Unicorn Episode Not A Good Thing

Powerpuff Girls Transgender Unicorn Episode Not A Good Thing

The following article is purely my opinion, based on how I felt watching the episode, it may differ from your own opinions.  What I am presenting here are my own thoughts only, and as such it should be viewed not as 100% universal, but just one view amongst many. One of the new episodes of […]

Lilly Wachowski Speaks At GLAAD Awards

Lilly Wachowski Speaks At GLAAD Awards

Filmmaker Lilly Wachowski made her first public appearance at the GLAAD Media Awards last night, where she accepted the award for best drama series for her Netflix show ‘Sense8’. Taking to the stage, Lilly spoke about her own coming out and the role the GLAAD has in the wider LGBT+ community.  She thanked the ‘fabulous […]

The Matrix Filmmaker Lilly Wachowski Comes Out As Transgender

The Matrix Filmmaker Lilly Wachowski Comes Out As Transgender

News has been breaking this morning that acclaimed filmmaker Lilly Wachowski has come out as transgender, joining her sister Lana, who came out in 2012.  The two directors are perhaps best known for The Matrix trilogy, as well as having worked on films such as V for Vendetta, Cloud Atlas, Speed Racer and Jupiter Ascending, as […]

Trans Notes from a Small Island: The Danish Experience

Trans Notes from a Small Island:  The Danish Experience

Tonight is the Oscars. Criticised this year for its lack of racial diversity, it has however diversified in the category of gender and sexuality. It would have been impossible not to with “The Danish Girl” and “Carol” in the mix, lush period movies with half an eye on an award if ever there were. “The […]