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#30DaysOfHope: Transgender Day of Remembrance

#30DaysOfHope: Transgender Day of Remembrance

Dallas Denny (she/her) When I moved to Atlanta in 1989, I soon realized a mass murderer was preying upon trans women of color. Every month or two, another body would be found along a highway with multiple bullet wounds or stabbings. Atlanta’s LGB (no T then!)...

Pet: A Book Review

  {{Alert: A few spoilers in this review}} Jam lives in a world very different from ours. Lucille, her hometown, long ago experienced a revolution in which “angels” used a variety of ways to get rid of “monsters.” What they were left with is a society whose theme...

Emotional Connections

Emotional Connections

Emotional Connections A Review of “Atlas of the Heart: Mapping Meaningful Connection and the Language of Human Experience”   Children are born with emotions, but we aren’t born with the ability to identify and talk about them. That’s something caregivers must do:...

Coping with Climate Dread

Coping with Climate Dread

Last year, during the summer of 2021, I experienced my first severe heat wave on the West Coast. With temperatures reaching up to 120°, I was one of the many Portland residents living without air conditioning in my apartment. I was fortunate enough to have support...

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1 in 2 trans people experience intimate partner violence at some point during their lifetime. This Domestic Violence Awareness Month, know the facts about how domestic violence impacts trans and nonbinary communities!

#DVFACTS #DVAwarenessMonth #WeAreResilient #DVAM2022

[Image: Text on a white background above the DVAM logo: “Every 1 Knows Some 1: Domestic Violence Awareness Month.” Text: “54%. 1 in 2 trans people experience intimate partner violence in the course of their lifetime.” FORGE logo.]
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1 in 2 trans people experience intimate partner violence at some point during their lifetime. This Domestic Violence Awareness Month, know the facts about how domestic violence impacts trans and nonbinary communities! 

#DVFACTS #DVAwarenessMonth #WeAreResilient #DVAM2022

[Image: Text on a white background above the DVAM logo: “Every 1 Knows Some 1: Domestic Violence Awareness Month.” Text: “54%. 1 in 2 trans people experience intimate partner violence in the course of their lifetime.” FORGE logo.]