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New op-ed: The Shortage of Injectable Estrogen, via The Guardian

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/20http://hannahsimpson.x10.bz6/aug/http://hannahsimpson.x10.bz3/estrogen-shortage-trans-women-impact

Feels nice to have a new article out, even if it is an awful situation.

Continue reading New op-ed: The Shortage of Injectable Estrogen, via The Guardian

What Being Trans is Really Like

If you haven’t already seen this, it’s my amazing video with Refinery29 from 2015, and here I was on the Melissa Harris-Perry on MSNBC show:

I was also covered by Everyday Feminism!

How Many Moments of Extraordinary Strength Can You Spot in This Ordinary Day in the Life of a Transgender Woman? – Everyday Feminism

Can you do the simple exercise Hannah’s come up with? It really puts in perspective how you “just know” some things about who you are. With Love, The Editors at Everyday Feminism Closed-captioning are provided. Please click on the CC button to see it.

Trans @ Airport Security, New Piece on NBC News

Opinion: The Dignity Cost of Being Trans (or How I Failed as an Advocate)

It was just another normal day in the airport security line. This time I was departing Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam. As a transgender woman and frequent traveler, I always opt-out of the new-fangled body scanners in favor of the pat-down. Always.