“If you look at me you will realize I am just like any little girl, but there is one thing.”
The many faces of Transgender people
The host of "The Becky Juro show" talks about the importance of media representation and the trans community's fight for recognition.
In a year that saw a military ban, a veteran talks about his experience in the force and redefining gender roles.
A criminal lawyer's journey through life, with the ups and downs of the immigration system and the challenges of making the world see beyond his gender.
Growing up in a small town in Georgia wasn't exactly easy, but now Ingram is able to help people through Trans Housing Atlanta.
TRANSending Barriers co-founder, Dionne Kettl, talks about her experience growing up in the south and the employment disparities she has face.
Deja Lynn Alvarez's work as an activist and politician has lead her to be considered a hero by the people she fights to give a voice to.
“Hello everyone, my name is Brianna Titone and I'm a transgender person. Now let's get down to business because that's what I'm here for.”
In a society that has tried to limit them for so long, transgender people are working to show the world who they are and what they want in life.
This wannabe soccer mom is more than what the naked eye can see. Dina Martinez talks about moving from LA to the Midwest as a transgender woman with a Latino last name.
En una sociedad que ha tratado de limitarlos por tanto tiempo, permita que las personas transgénero le expliquen quiénes son y cuales son sus anhelos.