Here's an article about 5 transmen from history that most of us didn't know about. Of particular interest to us in Santa Cruz county is #4, Charley Parkhurst. I was shocked and surprised to learn this!
Does anyone know where the plaque in the article is located? It might be a fun field trip with your trans son to go on a field trip and discover this!
UPDATE: Charley Parkhurst, a very famous stage couch driver lived and died in Watsonville. Plaque at his grave is in the Pioneer Cemetery in Watsonville. Here's his very remarkable story in more detail:
Here's an article about 5 trans women from history that most us didn't learn about
And finally here's a video from yesterday of Sarah McBride, a trans woman making history as she became the first trans person ever to address a national political presidential convention. In addition to the video of her less then 4 min speach, this article outlines more of her bio.