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Tatum Rebelle Keeps Moms Happy and Fit

Tatum Rebelle Keeps Moms Happy and Fit

At just 5’3” and 110 pounds, Total Mommy Fitness owner Tatum Rebelle may be petite in size — but don’t let that fool you. This former Army Drill Sergeant turned personal trainer once made a grown man cry during basic training. “It’s my claim to fame,” she laughs. Today, Rebelle has gone from whipping men

Trans Artist ANOHNI Explores America’s Body Politic on Hopelessness

Trans Artist ANOHNI Explores America’s Body Politic on Hopelessness

The queen of soul-stretching popera, transgender artist ANOHNI (formerly Antony Hegarty of Antony and the Johnsons) very well may have released the protest record of 2016, insomuch as every track seeks to strip the American Empire of its shoddy, ill-fitting justifications for the things it does to the Earth and its inhabitants. Throughout Hopelessness, which

Most Influential 2015: Lauryn Farris

Most Influential 2015: Lauryn Farris

You may have seen Lauryn Farris and her family in a recent interview that appeared in the Huffington Post as part of their Let Love Define Family series. The occasion for the interview was the final adoption of a 17-year-old transgender girl by Farris and Kerry, her wife of more than 40 years. Farris and her family

Most Influential 2015: Rosie Gonzalez

Most Influential 2015: Rosie Gonzalez

Gonzalez was hired as Von Ormy City Attorney in March (she has since completed her contract) and was recently appointed to the State Bar of Texas Commission on Child Abuse and Neglect. Gonzalez is Bexar County’s only attorney certified in child-welfare law, and one of approximately 50 in the state. She is a solo practitioner

Vet Erika Land pulls poetry from her PTSD

Vet Erika Land pulls poetry from her PTSD

“I had to shut off my emotions. The only emotion was anger.” Erika Land’s memories of her deployment at a military hospital in Iraq include a military pilot’s brain fragments spilling out over her hands. She began obsessively washing them. She’s since recovered from that compulsion, but other symptoms of her PTSD are not as

Latin X: LGBT nightlife as a political statement

Latin X: LGBT nightlife as a political statement

“I wanna make a political statement for nightlife. It’s more than just getting drunk and having fun with your friends,” says Henry Rodriguez of Latin X, an event he and Katalya Bustos are organizing specifically for queer and trans people of color at the Phantom Room this Thursday night, July 30. According to Bustos and

New SAAF HIV Testing Location

New SAAF HIV Testing Location

At Pride 2015, the San Antonio Aids Foundation tested over one hundred people for HIV. The organization, which provides free HIV testing services among many other services for HIV positive people, is continuing its STD testing services at a new testing location at 333 South Hackberry. The previous location was at the Grayson Street office,

DOJ and Girl Scouts show support for transgender youth

DOJ and Girl Scouts show support for transgender youth

In December 2014, the American Civil Liberties Union filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Department of Education on behalf of Virginian 10th grader Gavin Grimm after his school board adopted a bathroom policy that forced him to use the women’s restroom. Grimm is transgender and suffers from gender dysphoria.

“First Person” Online Film Screening & Discussion

“First Person” Online Film Screening & Discussion

In celebration of Pride Month, KLRN and Pride Center San Antonio are participating in an online screening and discussion of PBS Digital Studios web series, First Person this Tuesday at 7 PM. The show, which releases new episodes every other Thursday, covers topics relating to gender identity, queer community, and sexuality. Kristin Russo, of Everyone Is Gay, hosts the

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