UC San Diego undergraduate Joelle Victoriano has been more open about her identity as a bisexual woman over the past year, something she had previously only discussed among peers her own age. It wasn’t until she attended an Intergenerational Dialogues workshop at the campus Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Resource Center that she was able to meet and talk to faculty, staff and alumni who have been part of the LGBT community for several decades, discovering similar experiences and histories that have defined each generation. Read More »
For Hillary Whittington, Marshall ’04, and Vivienne Ming, Muir ’00, the road to self-discovery was marked by courage, acceptance and the will to live an authentic life.“I’m a boy.” Parents hearing these words from their daughter may very well file such a statement along with all the other fanciful ideas that come from a child. Read More »
When Sarah was 3 years old, she turned to her mother and asked when she was going to get the same body parts as her brother. Sarah’s feelings of being assigned the wrong gender were strong and persistent over years. She is one of many children around the country with gender dysphoria, a medical condition in which a person’s biological gender and gender identity do not match. The Gender Management Clinic at Rady Children’s Hospital provides care to children and adolescents experiencing gender identity issues. Read More »
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