Author Archives: jennburleton

About jennburleton

Jenn Burleton is the founder and executive director of TransActive Gender Center. An internationally recognized educator and authority on diverse gender identity in children, youth and adults, she is a passionate advocate for the civil and human rights of gender diverse and transgender children, adolescents, teens and their families. She lives in the Pacific Northwest United States with her partner of more than 30 years.

Patterns of Power

I came across an in-depth psychological profile of a well-known world leader that has been in the news a great deal lately. I encourage you to read it. Jenn Burleton Detailed Analysis of X’s Personality There is little disagreement among … Continue reading

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Message In A Bottle

Hi, I’m 14 years old and I live in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with my Mom. I’ve been wanting to write this message to someone for a really long time, but never did because I’m scared of what will happen if I … Continue reading

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No Child Left Behind

MetroWeekly, the online LGBTQ news and features magazine based in Washington, D.C. just posted an article with the title “Transgender Forward: A Timeline of Significant Moments in the Transgender Movement”. It features events from roughly the last 200+ years that … Continue reading

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Piled high.Deeper

Standing downwind from the horseshit “science” that has come out of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto (Kenneth Zucker‘s House of Horrors) has never been a pleasant experience. Listening to the braying chorus of Zucker-accolytes repeating … Continue reading

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“Becoming Nicole”: A Book for Every Generation

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“Becoming Nicole”: A Book for Every Generation

“Am I ready for this?” I asked, because I suspected this story of one family’s truth was going to take me down a road to self-reflection in a way that might change me forever. Continue reading

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First Things First: I Can’t Swim

I’ve been spending a lot of time lately (that I clearly do NOT have to spare) sharing my opinions, observations and psychological outbursts on Facebook. It’s been cathartic for me and, much to my surprise and dismay, of some interest … Continue reading

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