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Unpacking Privilege: Some Things I’ve Learned as a Trans Man

You’ve probably heard the term ‘privilege’ used to describe an advantage some people have over others.  I actually prefer the word ‘advantage’ because I think it accurately describes the impact of privilege, which is generally what we are looking at … Continue reading

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Get Over It? No, We Should Never Get Over Racism, Hate and Complacency

Once upon a time, in Portlandia, a community discovered that nestled within its heart was a festering boil of racism and complacency.  Some screamed “Boycott!!” and “Traitor!” and others yelled just as loudly about “Freedom of speech” and told the … Continue reading

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