Elinor Burkett’s New York ‘Times’ piece berates Caitlyn Jenner’s claim to femininity. But "womanhood" is far more complicated than what she describes in her essay.
Our writer fantasizes about the White House Correspondents Dinner chat between the ‘OITNB' star and the conservative SCOTUS justice on the eve of the gay marriage decision.
Ever since the writer converted to Judaism, she’s been told she’s not a real Jew. Does this identity disparagement sound familiar?
Many supporters of trans issues aren’t equipped with the language to talk about it. And some members of the community aren’t being very forgiving.