On Sept. 5 at Womenfest Key West, and on Oct. 7 at the Fort Lauderdale International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival (FLGLFF), LGBT film audiences and their allies will have the opportunity to view the award-winning documentary I Stand Corrected. The film centers on the life of acclaimed jazz bassist Jennifer Leitham, a transgender woman who performed with Mel Tormé, Doc Severinsen, and many other jazz luminaries in the ’80s and ’90s.
This season Bring It On: The Musical is introducing theatregoers to Broadway’s very first transgender high school student.
31-year-old Luke almost couldn’t believe his ears when host Brian Dowling called out his name to reveal he had won the show and £50,000.
I’m Having Their Baby, a new documentary series on Oxygen, chronicles the adoption process from the perspective of pregnant women. The show’s latest episode profiles Sydney, a 22-year-old woman in Portland, Ore., who is giving her baby girl to married couple Tinujei (“T”) and Jesse, who is a transgender man.
Born in 1829 to a working-class family in upstate New York, Lucy Ann Lobdell quickly gained a reputation as a marksman, earning the nickname “The Female Hunter of Delaware County.” But after leaving home, Lobdell proved something different altogether: a transgender man.
The director of “The Matrix” and the highly-anticipated film “Cloud Atlas” has become the first major Hollywood director to publicly come out as transgender.
One of the first people to undergo gender reassignment surgery, April Ashley has worked as an actress, cabaret performer and Vogue model. Now 77, Ashley is seeing her life story optioned as a movie. Lawless Entertainment has just teamed up with Pacific Films and Limey Yank Productions to bring Ashley’s story to to the big screen. In June, she was awarded the MBE for services to transgender equality, an honor she will accept from Queen Elizabeth this fall.
Makers of “men’s” suits for women and trans men, Saint Harridon, is looking for people of all genders, shapes, sizes, ages and colors to model and provide input into the development of a new line of business suits. Models will meet in Oakland, CA several times over the course of the design process, starting in […]
I’ve been encouraged all my life to try to ‘explore my feminine side,’ and I’ve done that to the best of my ability. Now it’s time for me to explore my masculine side.
Northwest Press is about to debut a really interesting new book at the end of August. Transposes is a nonfiction graphic novel by Dylan Edwards exploring the fascinating lives of seven transgender men who also happen to be gay, bisexual, or otherwise non-straight.