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Hello, friend! It’s very brave of you to take a stand for your faith and burn your Nike shoes. I really admire you! It must’ve been a big sacrifice, considering it used to really go well with your Levi’s pants. Oh wait, maybe you should burn those pants too! They […]

When You Boycott LGBT-friendly Companies



In college, I requested all my teachers to call me by preferred name. I prepared printed letters but also spoke with them personally. It generally wasn’t a problem. Just appear confident. Here’s a sample letter you can send your teacher: [Date] [Instructor Name. If unknown, use “To whom it may […]

Be Called Your Preferred Name in School


Will the Anti-Discrimination Bill finally get passed into law? Like many LGBT advocates, I’m wondering whether the Anti-Discrimination Bill is going to be passed or get passed over this 17th Congress. The Anti-Discrimination Bill (H.B. 4982 by Kaka J. Bag-ao, Geraldine B. Roman et al. & S.B.N. 1271 by Risa […]

Anti-Discrimination Ordinances Across the Philippines


For years, the commencement ceremony in a number of schools in Cebu has been an unfortunate event for our dear transgender student graduates instead of being one of the most memorable moments of their lives. Feelings of joy and accomplishment are overshadowed by feelings of anxiety, depression, and dysphoria. A vast […]

CDU Approves First Ever Transwoman to March as Authentic Self



To celebrate Transgender Day of Visibility, several trans men and women made a video of themselves about the common misconceptions about trans people, and this is what they have to say. Special thanks to everyone who made this video possible: Punky Oliverio Josie Ouano-Cuizon Magdalena Robinson Maki Gingoyon Honey Saludes Judy […]

I’m Trans and I’m Not


Did you know? 42% of LGBT students reported the harassment or assault they experienced but as many as 27% found school staff response ineffective and 36% found school staff response not at all effective. Fifth infographic from our school climate infographics series.

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Testosterone is the average trans man’s staple. Some take it daily, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or quarterly. We swallow, dissolve, apply and inject it. But you’re probably reading this because you haven’t started transitioning and you don’t know where to start. Hopefully, this article will tackle most of your questions. What is […]

Guide To Testosterone For Trans Men – Part 1


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Transpinoy (pinoy transman) I made this video 1 month ago during my First Manniversary. Only found time to post this on the site now. Sharing to you all my transition and 1 year on T timeline, wanted to include more but I felt like the video already was long enough. […]

Transman 1 year on Testosterone Timeline


Angelina, formerly known as Ian, recently came out as transgender. Since she came out, several questions are being asked by confused Philippine netizens. I’m going to tackle these questions and hopefully clear up these misconceptions. Is King gay? If by gay you mean, a woman who is attracted to another […]

Hail to the Queen, Angelina Mead King!