My life has never been easy. I had a difficult childhood like a lot of people. I got through it and strived to make my adulthood different. Although the…
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I am not a man. Nor have I ever tried to live as one, pass as one or pretend to fully comprehend men. But my daughter is convinced she is a man, at…
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I sat in an uncomfortable chair, my body hunched over her bedside as I held her hand to give her strength. Her eyes, normally vacant, looked directly…
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In “Why is this happening to my family?” (published on PITT August 9) I mentioned a possible connection between politics and trans-identification. Now I…
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Written by the sister of a PITT author…. It’s not that I lived in a bubble, but my daughter is older and has a child who is three years old. I guess I…
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The wall that says You don’t love me, or if you loved me you would… You forget that I was young once, that I understand what the maturing process looks…
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On this Thanksgiving, we would like to give thanks to our brave detransitioner friends. Recently, Tullip Rose, a detransitioned man we’ve had the honor…
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On Thursday November 24th we are celebrating Thanksgiving in the USA. I want to take this opportunity to express my gratitude. I am not a writer. Please…
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“I’ll love you forever, I’ll like you for always, As long as I’m living My baby you’ll be.” When my children were young, I would read to them Robert…
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When I first wake up, I live a few moments in the before, but this amnesia always fades and I remember that my son is slipping away. It’s approaching…
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When the Pied Piper came to town and led the children dancing away, the merchants, the parents, the burghers, the grandparents, the teachers, the aunts…
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I’ll respect your opinion only if it aligns with mine…this is the new way conversations are being shaped under the façade of “LGBTQIA+ Political…
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