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An Updated Pride Flag Packs A Bigger Punch

For years, the flag has served as an iconic reminder of the existence of LGBTQ+ folx of all stripes, our resilience, and even merely a symbol that someplace—a coffee shop, a bookstore, a bar, or a school—was a safe haven, an affirming space.

The Importance of Community in Transgender Visibility

Community is a place we call in others to learn, where we are intentional about our interactions, but mostly where we look at what we can do with what we have right now. Visibility, like community, is multifaceted and takes collaboration. In this moment, we are being called upon to collaborate on building safer, sustainable futures for transgender people. 

Beautiful People: Raquel Willis, Activist + Writer

Residing in Brooklyn, New York, Raquel Willis is a Black trans woman whose role encompasses journalism, organizing, and activism, and is using her voice to bring necessary change by ending isolation, and increasing beauty by sharing opportunity.

Collective Memory: Gavin Grimm Wins in Federal Court

Part of celebrating Pride is remembering the progress that’s been made. Here are the collective memories of Caleb Boyles, River Gallo, and Eva Reign—each of whom collaborated with Youth To The People for our With Pride campaign—around Gavin Grimm’s historic victory when he won the right to use his correct bathroom.

The World-Widening Power of Pronouns

For most of my life, I’d felt, at best, reduced by the label “male,” and at worst, misgendered. All around me, it seemed people were having the same conversations with themselves that I’d been having for years. Rather than hide any aspect of myself, I decided to honor every part of myself, every layer of my identity. I’m a human being; my existence is reason enough for affirmation.