Transgender Day of Visibility 2016

To honor this special day we bring you the podcast re-run on Trans Mental Health Concerns with Dara Hoffman-Fox

transvdayIt’s Trans Day of Visibility!Here’s 15 Ways To Let Trans People Know You See Them and Care

12832563_504969129685408_64761980957916007_nInternational Transgender Day of Visibility is an annual holiday occurring on March 31 dedicated to celebrating transgender people and raising awareness of discrimination faced by transgender people worldwide. The holiday was founded by Michigan-based transgender activist Rachel Crandall in 2009 as a reaction to the lack of LGBT holidays celebrating transgender people, citing the frustration that the only well-known transgender-centered holiday was the Transgender Day of Remembrance which mourned the loss of transgender people to hate crimes, but did not acknowledge and celebrate living members of the transgender community.


TransGriot, March 31, 2016 Counting My Trans Visibility Blessings


Matt not Maya Indiegogo Campaign


Click here to support a documentary on a year in the life of a transgender youth. All proceeds go to production costs. The goal is help others get through their journey. And they are valued.

Make sure to watch the video for more details.

Kyle Schickner is donating his time as director.

Thank you!!

Matt not Maya Indiegogo campaign

Books Bi Us: “The Other Me” by Suzanne Van Rooyen

Suzanne shares a little about her young character’s journey of gender
discovery. And we discuss the true face of LGBT acceptance in South
Africa today.

“The Other Me” by Suzanne Van Rooyen

Fifteen-year-old Treasa Prescott thinks she’s an alien. She doesn’t fit in with the preppy South African private school crowd and feels claustrophobic in her own skin. Treasa is worried she might spend life as a social pariah when she meets Gabriel du Preez. Gabriel plays the piano better than Beethoven, has a black belt in karate, and would look good wearing a garbage bag. Treasa thinks he’s perfect. It might even be love, as long as Gabriel doesn’t find out she’s a freak. As Treasa spends time with Gabriel, she realizes she might not love him as much as she wants to be him, and that the reason she feels uncomfortable in her skin might have less to do with extra-terrestrial origins and more to do with being born in the wrong body. But Gabriel is not the perfect boy Treasa imagines. He harbors dark secrets and self-destructive tendencies. Still, Treasa might be able to accept Gabriel’s baggage if he can accept who she longs to be.


(music provided by Honeybird)

Bi Health: Trans Mental Health Concerns with Dara Hoffman-Fox LPC

thebicast-logo-1440x1440Published August 13, 2014
Trans Mental Health Concerns with Dara Hoffman-Fox LPC

Dara Hoffman-Fox LPC

Dara Hoffman-Fox LPC