Being Transgender Is a Condition, Not an ChoiceI should know: I tried to choose differently for many painful years.
The New Smear Against Transgender MenAnti-trans advocates claim we’re weak and gullible—like girls.
The Sci-Fi Sex Scene That Changed My LifeBefore I was old enough to fully understand I was transgender, I found Asimov’s The Robots of Dawn.
In the Face of Bigoted “Religious Freedom” Laws, Queer Families Are Still Fighting for LGBTQ Youth
Easier With ThreeMy wife’s girlfriend moved in with us, and balancing work, life, and leisure has never gone better.
#MeToo Is Changing MindsEven among Slate commenters who used to think rape culture was a myth.
Gender Dysphoria Is Not ContagiousHow an anti-trans study mischaracterized a real condition to shore up “rapid-onset gender dysphoria.”
Ahead of the FlamesOn Saturday, we left our home as the Mendocino Complex fires got close. We don’t know if we’ll ever see it again.
Don’t Fall for Daniella Greenbaum’s Gender-Blind Casting Con JobConservatives only rail against gender stereotypes when they want to hurt trans people.
“Most of the Time People Don’t Recognize Me at All”What it’s like for trans men to pass for cis in the South.
How Portnoy’s Complaint Helped Me Through My Time in a Domestic Violence ShelterPhilip Roth might not have imagined his novel speaking to a transgender man in a women’s shelter, but it did.
If You’ve Self-Diagnosed on the Internet, Should You Tell Your Doctor?Internet etiquette has changed since WebMD first came around.
Passport PerilWhy transgender Americans are so worried about Mike Pompeo serving as secretary of state.
When Trump Is Too Profane for Slate’s CommentsHow do you keep internet commenting appropriate when the president isn’t?