Monthly Archives: December 2011

Does ABC show ‘Work It’ really matter?

UPDATE: The show was pulled after two episodes. I’m guessing it wasn’t activism that killed it, but quality, or lack thereof…. There’s a brouhaha in the trans community (and beyond) about ABC’s new show, “Work It,” which premieres in January. It’s a comedy … Continue reading

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Caring what other people think

When people say, “I don’t care what anyone thinks about me,” my reaction is, “you’re kidding yourself.” It’s the human condition. I often ponder what it is that makes us care what people think about us; what’s really behind it all? So … Continue reading

Posted in Coping, Public reaction | 8 Comments

Trans-parency boosts job satisfaction

Transgender folks who are out in the workplace are happier than those who aren’t, according to new research from a Rice Univeristy professor. This, at least to me, is one of those “duh” studies, but still important to spell out … Continue reading

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