YAYAYAYAY!!! This is my article in the May “Power” issue of Out Magazine!: 
When Visibility Becomes Power
The transgender community, particularly transgender women of color, have long been among the most powerless, and therefore the most vulnerable, populations in America. But within the last year, we’ve seen trans women harness the media to empower and enlighten as never before. […]

YAYAYAYAY!!! This is my article in the May “Power” issue of Out Magazine!: 

When Visibility Becomes Power

The transgender community, particularly transgender women of color, have long been among the most powerless, and therefore the most vulnerable, populations in America. But within the last year, we’ve seen trans women harness the media to empower and enlighten as never before. […]

Brittney Griner Talks Basketball, Bullying & Baylor
Hailed as the new face of the WNBA, Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner (and Out100 honoree) is handling success on her own terms. She was the number one draft pick in 2013 and after casually coming out in an interview with SI.com, she became the first openly gay athlete signed by Nike. The 23-year-old’s memoir,In My Skin: My Life On and Off the Basketball Court, candidly describes her journey to self-acceptance, homophobia in sports, and the truth behind that fateful interview.

Brittney Griner Talks Basketball, Bullying & Baylor

Hailed as the new face of the WNBA, Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner (and Out100 honoree) is handling success on her own terms. She was the number one draft pick in 2013 and after casually coming out in an interview with SI.com, she became the first openly gay athlete signed by Nike. The 23-year-old’s memoir,In My Skin: My Life On and Off the Basketball Court, candidly describes her journey to self-acceptance, homophobia in sports, and the truth behind that fateful interview.

These Are 5 Lies Gay Men Apparently Tell On First Dates

Dating, especially gay dating, can be a potential minefield and if you’re not careful you could end up with a leg blown off, or worse yet, getting blown off by someone you’re not even that interested in. Millionaire Matchmaker‘s David Cruz came up with five lies the gays tell each other — and themselves, if we’re being honest — on first dates. I’m surprised he was able to narrow it down to only five since most guys only have a passing acquaintance with the truth. Not that I’m bitter or anything…[see #5].

Hays’d: Decoding the Classics — “The Children’s Hour”

The overarching theme of 1961’s The Children’s Hour is that kids are the fucking worst. Oh, and that being a lesbian is a fate worse than, or at least akin to, death. Audrey Hepburn and Shirley MacLaine star as two schoolteachers whose lives are ruined when they are unjustly accused of “sinful, sexual knowledge of each other” by a mean-spirited, beady-eyed little troublemaker.

Andrej Pejic Discusses Jewelry, Gender Identity & How She’s Following in Naomi’s Footsteps
Known for a chameleon-like androgyny, Aussie supermodel Andrej Pejic has gone from a haute couture anomaly to a breakout star in her own right, all while remaining true to the fierce individuality that set her apart from the beginning.
Yesterday, Pejic welcomed guests to the Gilded Lily, a club in New York, for the launch of her new jewelry line in collaboration with Sam H Snyder Design. Part of the proceeds will benefit the Ali Forney Center, a vital resource in the city providing shelter, HIV prevention and life skills training for homeless and at-risk LGBT youth.
We caught up with Pejic—who was decked out in head-to-toe Gaultier, including a bustier, figure-hugging cigarette pants, and a subtle heel adding to her towering 6-foot-2 frame—to discuss fashion, gender identity, and her upcoming documentary. Plus, what gender pronoun we all should be using when referring to the supermodel these days. “A lot of my friends, close friends, use ‘She.’ Professionally, they say, ‘He.’ I really don’t give a shit anymore,” Pejic explained while she answered Out's 10 burning questions—and more!

Andrej Pejic Discusses Jewelry, Gender Identity & How She’s Following in Naomi’s Footsteps

Known for a chameleon-like androgyny, Aussie supermodel Andrej Pejic has gone from a haute couture anomaly to a breakout star in her own right, all while remaining true to the fierce individuality that set her apart from the beginning.

Yesterday, Pejic welcomed guests to the Gilded Lily, a club in New York, for the launch of her new jewelry line in collaboration with Sam H Snyder Design. Part of the proceeds will benefit the Ali Forney Center, a vital resource in the city providing shelter, HIV prevention and life skills training for homeless and at-risk LGBT youth.

We caught up with Pejic—who was decked out in head-to-toe Gaultier, including a bustier, figure-hugging cigarette pants, and a subtle heel adding to her towering 6-foot-2 frame—to discuss fashion, gender identity, and her upcoming documentary. Plus, what gender pronoun we all should be using when referring to the supermodel these days. “A lot of my friends, close friends, use ‘She.’ Professionally, they say, ‘He.’ I really don’t give a shit anymore,” Pejic explained while she answered Out's 10 burning questionsand more!