Oakley. Age: 29.
When he went to Paris, he fell in with a group of outcasts — transgender women living at Place Blanche — that quickly became an adopted clan. It was nothing voyeuristic, scandalous, it was just normal life that he followed. A portrayal of those living a different life in the big city of Paris, of people who endured the roughness of the streets. He ate with them, drank with them, went out on the town with them.
Annalise. Age: 27.
Why We Created a Gender-Inclusive Stock Photo Library
A transmasculine gender-nonconforming person and transfeminine non-binary person nuzzling. Immediately after publishing, Diana, who became a staff member on Broadly a few months later, reached out to request we change the image, pointing out how insensitive and harmful it is to depict a trans woman with a photo of a cisgender man. In the years since, Broadly editors have worked diligently to think more thoughtfully and critically about how we represent trans and non-binary people in our work.
Melany. Age: 32.
Digital Transgender Archive
This collection focuses on research-based materials created in academic contexts. While research on trans and gender non-conforming people is expansive and can be found in many research databases, the purpose of this collection is to gather materials that are not easily accessible elsewhere. Adam's Word was a monthly newsletter of The Adam Society, a non-profit support group for female-to-male crossdressers, transsexuals, and their significant others.
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