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We are a married couple with a trans history that will bring you information regarding the global issues we all are facing, such as the latest news, Health, and Wellness Issues, Spiritual breakthroughs and more. We are Truth Seeker and Tellers and love to learn and teach.
I am choosing to remain anonymous, for my personal safety, the safety of my partner and because I am extremely stealth. I am not stealth because I am ashamed, I am stealth simply because I want to be seen as a man, no more, no less. I am also choosing to remain anonymous because I felt it makes my cause more genuine, if that makes any sense, ‘so you can just call me the "pay it forward" guy.
He quotes I may not have all of the money in the world, but I would like to consider myself an anonymous benefactor. I fully believe in random acts of kindness and paying it forward, because I too was at the bottom of the barrel. I believe it is part of my life's mission to lend a helping hand to others in need.
I always knew I was different, even from a very young age. I threw tantrums whenever I was put in girl’s clothes and constantly insisted I was a boy even though I didn’t know why. In 2011 I knew I couldn’t hide it any longer, so I decided to come out and begin living intentionally as the man I have always been. I met my current partner, who has also transitioned, in an online support group. I received top surgery under the care of Dr. Peter Raphael in Plano Texas just a little over a month ago and that’s when The Pay It Forward Project was born.
I promised that if I was able to receive the remaining amount of money that I needed to get top surgery that I would pay it forward to several other guys. I’m a man of my word, and as promised when I returned home, I donated a total of $1000 to 4 different guys. Then I created the original Pay It Forward Page on Tumblr to spread the word and help them get donations.
I believe in random acts of kindness and paying it forward because I think we all know what it's like to need a helping hand. So I ask in humility; help me pay it forward!
Denny is a leader in the transgender rights movement. Her work as a writer,
editor, and community builder have played a significant role in the advancement
of rights for transsexual and transgendered people in North America and around
a writer and educator with many years experience both as a professional in the
mental health field and as a writer, educator, and passionate and compassionate
activist on transgender issues. Did I mention I myself am transsexual? I
sometimes forget to do that. My transition and surgery were more than twenty
years ago and I get so caught up in my life and work I sometimes forget to
disclose. I’m an accidental activist. That is, I didn’t initially set out to
change the world. I was sucked in by my need to help others like myself.
Because I had a horribly hard time finding reliable information and
professionals who knew more about transsexualism than I did, I wanted those who
came after me to have more information, support, and acceptance. Then I did set
out to change the world, and I like to think in a small way I and others like
me did. Things are certainly better for us than they were a couple of decades
ago. Of course, we have a long way yet to go. Transgendered and transsexual
people are still being murdered worldwide at an alarming rate and we still face
widespread discrimination and find ourselves unable to marry in many places.
Okay, lend me an arm to lean on as I step off this soapbox.
Ryan Sallans is a public speaker, diversity trainer, consultant, publisher and author specializing in health care, campus inclusion and workplace issues surrounding the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer/Questioning (LGBTQ) community.
Over the past fourteen years Ryan has conducted over a thousand presentations and trainings to diverse audiences including professionals, students and the general public. After his appearance in the documentary Gender Rebel featured on the LOGO channel, Ryan began traveling to Universities where he shares the story of his transition from female to male. His story is told with an intermixing of humor and intricate clinical details surrounding the transition process. Ryan has also been interviewed twice on Larry King Live!, Trisha, Ricki: The New Ricki Lake Show, and on NPR’s On Point with Tom Ashbrook.
In 2012 Ryan released the first edition of his memoir, Second Son: Transitioning Toward My Destiny, Love and Life. In 2013, Ryan founded Scout Publishing LLC and released the second edition of his memoir, Second Son.
Ryan attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where he received a Bachelor of Arts in English and Anthropology, Master of Arts in English, and a Master of Arts in Educational Psychology.
I'm an out and proud Swedish born
Thai transwoman currently residing in Bournemouth, UK. My nickname is Yui and
my surname is Karlberg. Put those together and you've got my stage name.
Originally, I was an ambient folk
solo artist resembling Anthony & The Johnsons but I play fingerpicking
Then I started using a loop
pedal...which basically records something and loops it..as well as playing
electric guitar instead of acoustic, beat boxing as well as adding some synth
in there too.
I sing in both head voice/falsetto
and chest voice/baritone.
Sometime last year, I became an
electro pop artist but I still play the ambient folk songs that I originally
wrote and as it's good for business, I have written songs that would suit any
event or venue eg. Rock, jazz...you name it but with electro pop being my main
I'm really looking forward to performing at this years
Transgender Day of Remebrance in London and Birmingham
Kenna Henderson is a writer whose personal story,Kenna / A Transgender Life, was
published in 2012.
Since then, she has written a followup, I'm Not The Man I
Used To Be, along with three other books of humor fiction under the author
name "Clay Reston".She also
writes and edits books for others.
Being acutely aware of her gender self-identity as early as
age six, she found herself with nowhere to turn for information or advice.It was the 1940s, and she somehow quickly
learned that her sense of being "different" had to be kept secret.
After five decades of internal struggle, trying to
understand and fight the feelings, she gained access to the internet and was
able to learn more about what she was dealing with.Consultation with medical professionals
convinced her that there was nothing "wrong" about the way she
felt.But another ten years would pass
before there was total self-acceptance and, finally, determination to live her
life as she knew she needed to.
On her own, Kenna decided to work in female mode to seek
validation of the person she felt she was. A journal of that experience, as
documented in her long-running blog called "Another Self", is
included in her first book.
Kenna Henderson also has about 130 songs to her credit, including
some that directly address the transgender experience.
She sees her role now as being a source of support and
inspiration for others who walk the same path, and to that end she is actively
engaged as co-organizer of a local LGBT group.
Kenna is very happily married and lives in Florida. where
she has assisted with the rescue of Great Danes and other animals for the last