Ontario, B.C. and other provinces need to introduce options besides male or female on IDs to show that discrimination will not be tolerated.
Filmmaker, writer, artist, indigo with a love for magic. (Literary agent: Joe Veltre at Gersh Agency)
Dr. Luna Ferguson (Ph.D.) is a trans filmmaker, writer and artist born in Brantford, Canada and raised in the small town of Napanee, Canada. Ferguson’s filmmaking includes the award-winning Whispers of Life(2013); Limina (2016), which was shown at festivals around the world and praised for its trans inclusivity; the queer love story Henry's Heart (2019). Their writing and advocacy efforts have been featured in international publications including HuffPost, VICE, BuzzFeed, Teen Vogue, OUT Magazine, NBC News, The Guardian, and the Toronto Star. Ferguson lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, with their partner Florian. Their first book, Me, Myself, They, a memoir published by House of Anansi Press, was released in May 2019.
We need each other. We need these connections to survive and we need to talk about mental illness to share light and hope. We need to stop stigmatizing mental illness. We need to survive mental illness. You need to survive it. You have to keep moving. Keep fighting. Keep dreaming.
01/09/2017 05:36 EST
I am a non-binary trans person. I know that many people do not yet understand what this means. Many people refuse to acknowledge my existence. Being seen as I am by people is a remarkable feeling, and my grandmother gave this gift to me in the most unexpected moment. My grandmother spent her minute of clarity, while suffering in a state of almost perpetual dementia and physical exhaustion, to give me a beautiful gift of cross-generational respect as a trans person. To see me as I am.
11/07/2016 11:04 EST
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