Tranifesto




      Tranifesto
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Matthew Scott Kailey March 17, 1955 May 18, 2014 was a trans male author, educator, and transgender activist.Kailey was born in 1955 in Omaha, Nebraska to Shirley and George Rod Kailey He earned a BA in Sociology and Psychology at Iowa State University and an MA in Education from the University of Missouri Kansas City He later moved to Colorado and began a career as a social caseworker.Kailey began his female to male transition at the age of 42, transitioning from a straight woman to a gay trans man After leaving social work, he became a writer for Out Front Colorado, one of the country s oldest LGBT publications In 2007 he became its managing editor, making Kailey the highest ranking trans journalist of an LGBT publication.Kailey documented his gender transition in his books Just Add Hormones An Insider s Guide to the Transsexual Experience 2005 and Teeny Weenies and Other Short Subjects 2012 He wrote a guidebook, My Child is Transgender 10 Tips for Parents of Adult Trans Children He wrote an award winning blog, Tranifesto, spoke at numerous conferences, and offered workplace training on transgender issues He also taught courses in psychology, human sexuality, and transgender studies at Red Rocks Community College and Metropolitan State University of Denver.Kailey died in his sleep of heart failure on May 18, 2014.

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      Tranifesto
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  • Paperback
  • 116 pages
  • Tranifesto
  • Matt Kailey
  • English
  • 25 August 2018
  • 1401064892

10 thoughts on “ Tranifesto

  1. Will Nelson says:

    This was a very good read made up of a series of essays Matt Kailey had published on his blog Some of the terminology is a little outdated by 2018 standards, but if you can put that aside there are good thoughts and insights.

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