Drag queen Chiquitita is using her voice to celebrate her Latinx and Hispanic culture and to dispel negative stereotypes about the community.
In this episode, we follow a 20-year-old woman who is transitioning. With the benefit of some time abroad to get comfortable with the process, she’s found the journey both challenging and rewarding – therapy, hormones, voice training and more. Along the way, she’s learned to explore her fears and frustrations, and to transition at her own pace.
“I not only get to live out my childhood dream on a version of my favorite show… I get to do it as my authentic self and with a character that is openly trans.”
Chella Man and Aaron Rose Philip sit down with artist and activist, Sage Dolan-Sandrino, to have an honest and open conversation about what it’s like dating as trans people.
Veronica Ashcroft is on a mission to hike her trans pride flag up 115 mountains in the U.S. northeast to increase positive trans visibility.
Legendary drag queen and civil rights activist, Junior Mintt, discusses her role as a leader for the Black trans community.
The ACLU’S deputy director for transgender justice, Chase Strangio, sits down with In The Know’s Chella Man and Aaron Rose Philip to discuss why gender euphoria is critical to embracing one’s transgender identity.
The Diné scholar shares insights into what it means to be both Navajo and trans.
On Transgender Day of Visibility, find out how barbers support Black transgender men.
Even as Karnataka’s first transgender doctor, Dr. Trinetra Haldar Gummaraju doesn’t consider herself finished.