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Articles About transgender

  • Ask a Transperson | Adjusting to transition

    Iden Crockett, My Name is Iden

    In this second entry of News columnist Iden Crockett’s “Ask a Transperson” blog, Crockett answers several questions on her experience with the physical and emotional adjustments related to gender transition, including surgery, hormone replacement therapy, sex and physical intimacy and effects on family members.

  • Ask a Transperson | Considering the non-binary

    Iden Crockett, My Name is Iden

    This is the inaugural entry of “Ask a Transperson,” a temporary blog by News columnist Iden Crockett intended as a “space dedicated to answering your questions” about what it means to be trans — from Crockett’s perspective. In this entry, Crockett answers: “Can you explain the variations of meaning for the term non-binary?”

  • Local artist marks Transgender Day of Visibility with video piece

    In recognition of Transgender Day of Visibility on Friday, March 31, local resident, artist and YS News columnist Iden Crockett has released “Person,” a collaborative video piece.

  • Trans rights focus of Xenia protest

    On Saturday, Feb. 25, over 100 demonstrators assembled on opposite sides of the street outside the Xenia YMCA to express their views on the fitness center’s policy that allows transgender people to use the locker room that aligns with their identified gender.

  • Opinion | Dave Chappelle’s views on gender are problematic and hurtful

    “I am a transgender woman living here in Yellow Springs and I would like to address the recent comments that my fellow resident, Dave Chappelle, has made regarding transgender people.”

  • Becoming Zay: growing up trans

    Zay Crawford’s parents, Chasilee and Jason, lifted their daughter in the air after her naming ceremony last Thursday at Shawnee Park in Xenia. Family, friends and supporters gathered together to celebrate Zay’s new name — Zay Irene Crawford — and her still-unfolding journey. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    It was an ordinary Thursday. The last Thursday in April, grey, a little chilly. The lobby of the Greene County Courthouse in Xenia was quiet. And then, single file through the security doorway, a crowd of two dozen surged in.

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