Two Canadian trans authors share their stories of struggle and triumph

Kristen Worley and Lorimer Shenher delve into their journeys in their new books; ‘Woman Enough’ and ‘This One Looks Like a Boy’

Trans people cannot be erased. We have always existed, and will continue to live.

Opinion: A trans poet on what it means to defend an existence, as the U.S. government reportedly plans to define a person’s sex as a biological fact determined at birth

Saskatchewan letting people ditch gender markers on birth certificates could change Canada

If the ruling applies to driver’s licences and health cards in Saskatchewan, it could act as a precedent in other provinces, lawyer says

Why Harrison Browne couldn’t retire from women’s hockey

Having resolved to transition from female to male, a hockey star makes a tough call—one more season

Being transgender in the Canadian military

Experts say there is a higher proportion of transgender people in the military than the general population. Why they choose to serve.

For transgender Canadians, Bill C-16 is symbolic—yet meaningful

The passage of Bill C-16 is a victory for transgender Canadians. But here’s why more work still needs to be done.

Excerpt: Caitlyn Jenner on ‘The secrets of my life’

Before transitioning, Jenner considered stipulating in her will that she be buried in female attire, so that she’d finally be herself in death.

How the U.K. is at the vanguard on transgender equality

The cultural shift in the United Kingdom toward transgender awareness has not been without controversy

Mummy, what does cisgender mean?

A new children’s book introduces kids to the world of transgender politics

Even before Caitlyn Jenner, there was Quebec teen Olie Pullen

Maclean’s catches up with Olie Pullen, who shared her story of gender variance in January 2014, and discussed Caitlyn Jenner’s Vanity Fair cover

From Bruce to Caitlyn Jenner, with love

Caitlyn Jenner’s Vanity Fair cover was swiftly accepted by the public. But that’s not typical, writes Emma Teitel, and shouldn’t hide reality

The Thrill: Trans people in pop culture, and calming riots with dance

Our pop-culture podcast discusses trans issues with a trans writer, and talks to Dimitri Reeves, Baltimore’s ‘Michael Jackson protester’