Benedict Evans for the Guardian The next year was incredibly exciting. My body was growing and changing, and my life was shifting along with it. I dropped out of college, got a role on The Glee Project 2 a reality TV show in which contestants compete to win a guest-starring role on Glee and moved to Los Angeles. Every day brought new surprises. Waking up with a different shoe size? Waking up to shoot a music video?
My life without gender: 'Strangers are desperate to know what genitalia I have'
Angry Asian Man
Every year, I host a small pre-Pride get together at my house, which overlooks the shores of Lake Ontario in Scarborough. Every year my guests say the same thing: And when you look around, these are people you are proud to march with, to fuck with, to eat with, to laugh with, to find seniors housing with when the time comes. When traipsing around Pride-Proper, surrounded by the noise and the crowds, the thought of sharing space with some of these folks makes me feel…well…a bit scared to be honest. You must understand that most years, I am knee deep in gig after gig of Pride month celebrations.
I Went Undercover at a Trump Rally, And What I Witnessed Was Horrifying
Angry Asian Girl and Angry Asian Man Haven't posted here in quite a while but thought this seemed like an appropriate time to chime in. If you ask each of these people separately they will only speak positively of the work that the other does. And why wouldn't they?
I was sitting three rows up from the floor, stage right, not too far from his official arena entrance, and all I could make out at first was that hay-bale of his as it lingered and floated around seemingly three feet above his body. He was loitering and moving to and fro in the entrance hall, shaking hands -- once done he strutted confidently out on stage while the arena sound system blasted a bass-heavy tone at bone-rattling volume, a hell-found sound somewhere between the THX System Test and a dubstep drop. I'd gone in to get to know people -- my ordinary life just doesn't give me much in the way of opportunity to engage with Trump supporters, much less to see how they interact with each other in a space specifically made for them.