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Through March 15, 2019:
1. Purchase one book on our website: www.Transgresspress.org
2. Then at checkout in the “Note” section, write “Free Trans Book and [the title of the book you’d like for free]” to secure your deal!
‘Living Things’ is now free to watch as part of an Amazon Prime subscription.
Rhona, a yoga instructor committed to a vegan lifestyle, must entertain Leo, her red meat-loving, blue collar father-in-law, as she waits for her husband to join them for dinner. When Leo attempts to apologize for a past insult, he instead opens up a debate that challenges her belief system. Their conversation quickly escalates into a heated argument that scrutinizes animal cruelty, climate change, health, morality, and spirituality. Endorsed by PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) and reminiscent of the classic film My Dinner With Andre, Living Things presents a compelling dialogue about humanity and the benefits of a healthier, environmentally-conscious lifestyle.
My friend Danielle envisioned a place where trans people could share anonymous verified reviews of their experiences receiving trans-related healthcare and other services. I’m pleased to announce that her dream is now reality!
On this trans* review platform, everyone who has ever had a treatment in the context of their transition can leave a review about the treatment and about the person who carried it out. The goal is to create a virtual library of specialists in hormone treatment, surgery, voice therapy, mental health care, … you name it! This way you will be able to find the practitioner that will best meet your needs for any treatment in any chosen region, within the transgender community.
How does this website distinguish itself from other (review) platforms?
- First of all: real verified reviews. We guarantee all of the reviews you read are real, and that the people who wrote them are real. No fake accounts, no fake reviews!
- How is that possible? Through a two-step verification process.
- What does that mean? We ask you to send us proof of identity and proof of treatment. After validation of the review, this information will be permanently deleted.
- Secondly, you can only write one review per practitioner. So your review will contain all of the procedures you had with that practitioner. This way we want to avoid people writing multiple reviews to give a practitioner a better or a worse outcome. Let’s keep it fair: one vote per person!
- Thirdly, your review will always appear as anonymous. You have to provide your name when writing the review for verification purposes, but it will never become available to anyone.
- And last, but perhaps most importantly so: This is a safe space. No comments are allowed, there is no room for discussion, nor for criticising each other. We want you to feel free to share your experience.
Please join me in supporting Limerence, a lovely new project by some of my Atlanta collaborators on Becoming a Man in 127 EASY Steps!
Park Englehart, an imaginative 10 year old with a heroic vision of herself, is in love with Nia, her best friends older sister. Park takes a leap and writes Nia a sentimental love note, unfortunately the school bully, TJ, also has a love note for Nia.
When Nia receives the two very different notes at school her world falls apart and Park’s attempt at love ends in devistation and Park is called to the principal’s office. Her actions are met with with rejection from Nia, the kids at school and her mother.
Faced with the realization of gender norms and her mom’s disappointment, Park is ashamed and sinks into a deep depression.
Seemingly alone, Park is visited by a vision of her older self in the form of a mysterious motorcyclist and has to decide if she will remain true to herself or crumble under her broken heart.
Join us at Atlanta’s 7 Stages Theatre for two different shows August 18 and 25.
It has been 10 years since Scott Turner Schofield’s one man show had its World Premiere and sold out 7 Stages for weeks. Since then, the show has toured the world to rave reviews, and Scott moved to Hollywood to act in a soap opera and become not just a man, but a movie star.
Becoming a Man in 127 EASY Steps is now becoming a feature film, and we are bringing it home to tape the live performance segments. Come for old time’s sake, come to hear new stories in one of the best transgender performances around, come to be a part of history and the future – but only come if you are OK being filmed on camera.
Since this is a live taping, the show will run much longer than usual. Please come prepared to stay for several hours – but we promise to entertain you on and off-camera, hand out prizes, and give you free dranks!
Note: Performances will be recorded. By attending, you consent to your likeness being recorded and used in this media project.
I’m pleased to announce that volunteers have translated some of my site materials into Russian.
Accepting yourself: the experience of transgender women
“Roseanne’s said a lot of things I disagree with, but I’ll be watching because good comedy tells political truths in ways no other art form can,” said Andrea James, a filmmaker producing a transgender film, Becoming a Man in 127 Easy Steps. “While I encourage anyone to boycott the show and its sponsors if so moved, the only purity test for me will be if it’s still good comedy.”
Ms. Beat’s housewarming, on a Monday night in January, drew a crowd that included the drag luminaries Bianca Del Rio and Alaska 5000, the actors Kate Flannery (“The Office”) and Selene Luna (“Coco”), and the transgender activists Andrea James and Calpernia Addams.
While the Bachelor was in its prime, garnering huge ratings for ABC, in 2008 LOGO, a much smaller, niche cable network, along with World of Wonder, the studio that would later bring us the cultural phenom, RuPaul’s Drag Race and critically acclaimed films like The Eyes Of Tammy Faye and Party Monsterpremiered a quaint but little known show that ran in a similar theme.
That show was TransAmerican Love Story. In a format similar to the Bachelor and the Bachelorette, it centered itself around a beautiful woman looking for love, and her would-be possibilities… but there was one glaring difference:
That woman was Calpernia Addams. A Transgender woman.
Calpernia wasn’t just a random casting choice. She was the perfect choice.