The Stunned Silence in front of the White House in Rainbow Colors

The Stunned Silence in front of the White House in Rainbow Colors

I wanted to capture the relatively stunned silence of the very large crowd that gathered in front of the White House (@WhiteHouse) as it lit with the colors of the rainbow. Continue reading→

Photo Friday: Love Wins, Washington DC USA

Photo Friday: Love Wins, Washington DC USA

Following the decision, one, then all of the letters that spelled “Love Wins” escapes into the sky. Because it did, as we predicted a long time ago . Lots more below. And lots more to do. Equality Equals Health and Health equals the ability to achieve life goals. Similar Posts: Photo Friday: Love wins (again) … Continue reading Photo Friday: Love Wins, Washington DC USA

Just Read: FEHB Coverage Letter ending discrimination for transgender federal employees

Just Read: FEHB Coverage Letter ending discrimination for transgender federal employees

It’s an easy read – three paragraphs that change the face of LGBTQ Health in the United States forever. Love continues to win More info here. Similar Posts: Photo Friday: Our generation is changing everything for people who are LGB and Transgender Photo Friday: Love Park, Philadelphia, where there’s now more love Allies Need Allies: … Continue reading Just Read: FEHB Coverage Letter ending discrimination for transgender federal employees

Photo Friday: Walk to End HIV, Washington, DC USA

Photo Friday: Walk to End HIV, Washington, DC USA

View Walk to End HIV Washington DC USA 49222 on Flickr.com Next, we have to walk to end homophobia, because it still exists, in the most insidious places. I’ve experienced it recently, it’s not nice, and really, it’s unhealthy for everyone. Fortunately, my generation is the one that’s ending HIV, and we’ll do the same … Continue reading Photo Friday: Walk to End HIV, Washington, DC USA

Video Friday: Edith Bunker, Transgender Ally, 1977; Jeff Platt, Ally, 2014

Video Friday: Edith Bunker, Transgender Ally, 1977;  Jeff Platt, Ally, 2014

I’m putting the finishing touches on the discussion I’ve been posting about here in prep for the Kaiser Permanente 2nd Annual LGBTQI Health Symposium in Universal City, California, next week (More info about the Symposium itself here). I’ll be talking about being an ally to people who are transgender, which has been an incredible journey, … Continue reading Video Friday: Edith Bunker, Transgender Ally, 1977; Jeff Platt, Ally, 2014

Photo Friday: Equality Selfie, with Washington, DC Mayor Vince Gray

Photo Friday: Equality Selfie, with Washington, DC Mayor Vince Gray

This week’s photograph was taken at Washington, DC’s Metropolitan Community Church. It’s a shot of Washington, DC’s Mayor, Vince Gray (@MayorVinceGray) posing for a selfie with several of his constituents.  View Gertrude Stein Club Forum 38249 on Flickr.com This group of constituents is special, because they are the beneficiaries of Washington, DC’s end to discrimination … Continue reading Photo Friday: Equality Selfie, with Washington, DC Mayor Vince Gray

Photo Friday: The end of discrimination in health care for people who are transgender, Washington, DC USA

Photo Friday: The end of discrimination in health care for people who are transgender, Washington, DC USA

View Prohibition of Discrimination in Health Insurance based on Gender Identity or Expression 38025 on Flickr.com This weeks photograph was taken in the Mayor Vince Gray’s (@mayorvincegray) ceremonial office, in our nation’s capital (of course) Almost to the year, I wrote this post: When does it get better for trans* people? | Ted Eytan, MD. … Continue reading Photo Friday: The end of discrimination in health care for people who are transgender, Washington, DC USA