http://nytlive.nytimes.com/womenintheworld/2016/02/23/finding-faith-and-community-as-a-transgender-jew/ The following is excerpted from the site above. Read three more stories there, this one is mine: Hannah Simpson, 31: “The only breach in decorum and protocol was that people started applauding.” Hannah Simpson photographed in New York City. (Katie Booth/Women in the World) Hannah Simpson has a winking penchant for wordplay — …
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?
Delighted to share my latest article on Refinery29, on the real-life consequences of being publicly outed, as Survivor contestant Zeke Smith was on national television. It’s fun to have my work back up on Refinery29 after nearly a year. I’m looking forward to lots more edgy queer content coming up on R29. http://www.refinery29.com/2017/04/149964/outing-transgender-person-meaning-zeke-survivor
I perform standup comedy as a hobby, and sometimes it is fun to challenge myself by taking to an open mic in a totally new foreign city. This was me performing some British-infused transgender jokes at BarWotever, hosted by the Royal Vauxhall Tavern.
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What happened in Serbia when I visited a well-known gender reassignment surgeon. Time, money, dignity, sanity, spirit, and vaginal sensation. I am left depleted.