For #tdov I made a video for the trans youth out there. I wanted to be visible for those who can’t be Watch here
My thoughts after dancing all night at yes yes y’all. Many feels after the hard week our community has had ❤️❤️❤️
Here’s me talking a bit about my feels this past week. Once again no edits in this. Damn cats kept bothering me while I was was trying to record this. youtube.com/watch
Thanks NPR! Let’s ungender Spanish!
I LOOK SO COOL!!! Thank you to Alexander Barattin for this wonderful Portrait 😀
Right when I started Gender Journeys at the Sherboure Health Centre!!! So many feelings about the starting of my journey 😀 Also when I was in the middle of writing my grant proposals for latinX, so much has happened since then! Can’t wait to be able to share it all here with you
This is probably one of the first conversations I had with my camera after making Checking Out (but never leaving). When I decided to start documenting my transition:
A few months ago a friend of mine asked me to write my “coming out” story for his website. Took a while to figure out which coming out I should talk about. I came out first as a lesbian and then I came out as a man and finally I had to come out as “straight”. Here is what I wrote about my personal experience with being the only “hetero” in my queer hub here in Toronto.