Basil is a trans man and grew up with parents who were addicted to drugs and alcohol in SC. Mother’s Day can be hard but he’s learned a thing or two. CW: abuse/ transphobia/ violence
Work by Mayhem Seraji
By: Rory Schwartz
Tomorrow , March 29, 2019 is TDoV
By: Chrystal Bartlett
Today, Transgender Transition Coach works with youth and adults. In her free time, she enjoys reading, Scrabble and singing in a rock band.
By: Hero Johnson
Austin. Brooklyn. New Orleans. Klie announces new content and how to follow the Transilient Team from our home cities, even when we're not on tour.
From Charleston, South Carolina to Jackson, Mississippi, Sierra tells their story of finding their culture, their gender, and their voice.
It’s a choice, what I wear. Isn't it a choice? I see many people wear what is arguably expected of them, without complaint or burden everyday.
Basil talks about having an epiphany through his own work and how amazing trans soldiers truly are.
During our week in Texas we've fallen in love with the community. Here's our response to SB3 and SB91 that has passed in Texas.
Klie and Carmen talk relationships, dogs, dreams... and what Carmen would like to tell our allies and our trans community.
I’ve been thinking about visibility a lot lately, in my own life and with Transilient, and I want to share a couple thoughts. Feelings incoming...
OK! SO! BIG WEEK AHEAD
Yesterday started with my false alarm. Literally. In which I made everyone wake up at 8 am with the assumption that we’d need to be in Birmingham earlier than we were supposed to be.
Hello world! It's been a minute since we've had a chance to update everyone during our travels. Basil here.
Sarah’s house was amazing. Wow. Jacksonville is super queer! A city of beautiful strange houses with chipped paint and royal windows. Thank you for hosting us, Sarah & Sarah’s animal friends. We love you!!
This is sort of a double whammy of a blog post. It’s July 3, 2017 and we are all currently sitting in the kitchen of Sara’s house in Jacksonville
After months of strategic and sometimes not so strategic planning Jonah, SahLeem and I are all in Miami and have successfully accomplished our first interview together as a trio.
Jonah here - as I write this blog I am sitting at a table with a very wise trans 19-year-old who I've met, and feeling very inspired and humbled by their openness to me.
The morning started off with some great pancakes made by Basil. He asked me while I was eating them… “If you were a breakfast food what would you be?”
Today was a big day!! SahLeem got up first and I ignored my alarm a few times. Then I woke up and got Jonah out of bed. I made us all smoothies and mate tea for breakfast. We didn’t have time to meditate today