The Person Inside ... The Gulf Between Us

When we fail to embrace the person inside one another, we travel alone in a benighted world.

Tina uses her personal experience to explore what it is like for an individual, their family, and their community to work through a traumatic personal event like gender transition. Everyone is affected. Can they work together? Why should they?

What does it mean to someone like me to have a personal relationship with God?

Few people understand why we transition or what it means to us. It isn't about clothing and makeup. We transition in order to preserve ourselves and to connect ourselves to humanity.

My parents have spent a lifetime fighting for racial justice. Our efforts to ensure their safety during COVID brought to light how much further we have to go.

Many of my white friends have expressed discomfort with the term "defunding" when applied to police departments. Here' why you shouldn't edit it out of the conversation.

Religious conservatives who complain of Pride parades are missing the point. Pride wasn't born in celebration, but in protest. Today's parades and festivals are a by-product of the discrimination and hatred wrought upon the LGBTQ community. There is a simple way to end Pride festivals: stop treating LGBTQ people differently. Many local congregations showed up to Asheville's annual pride to celebrate with us.

An intimate look at one person’s struggle to make sense of gender and of their family’s attempts to love the stranger in their midst.

A powerful account of the triumph of love and family.

Available in Paperback, Audio, and eBook 

Why We Transition

Few people understand why we transition or what it means to us. It isn’t about clothing and makeup. We transition in order to preserve ourselves and to connect ourselves to humanity.

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