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Crossing an Invisible Border

Crossing an Invisible Border

June 29, 2015 | Shortly before his death my father told me he wished I would drop the final "e" in my name. It was too effeminate, he said. Why couldn't I tell him that I liked the ambiguity in my name, that I like the feminine in me? I couldn't, and never did. It would be still more years before I could own publicly my transgendering self, before I would come out as the cross-dresser I am, the cross-dresser I longed to be for many years.  Read more »

BPFNA Statement on US Supreme Court Decision on Marriage Equality

BPFNA Statement on US Supreme Court Decision on Marriage Equality

June 26, 2015 | The BPFNA has spoken out against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, and has sought to be inclusive of all. The BPFNA rejoices that the US Supreme Court has determined that marriage equality means exactly that, and that everyone has the right to be married to the one they love. Read more »

Conflict Transformation Training in North East India

Conflict Transformation Training in North East India

April 11, 2014 | In October 2013, a training in Conflict Transformation was held in Guwahati, the capital of the state of Assam, in Northeast India. The training worked with people from five tribes that have been fighting each other for years. Phenpiga H. Rengma, a participant in the training, recently sent this report on the work being done in the region by his group. Watch Now »


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