"I always feel like if I write this song and I tell the truth, if I show up here and I decide to be myself and people still accept me, then I guess I do belong here."
Ray looks back on 35 years of making music — and magic — with the Indigo Girls.
“Girlhood was a darker time for many than we’re often willing to acknowledge,” the author writes in her latest book.
Six years after the historic Supreme Court ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges, there's still a lot of work to do.
At 80, the celebrated elder looks back on how much the trans experience has changed over the years.
"I want to be visible. I've fought for visibility and I will remain visible," the Philadelphia-based activist says.
"I'm 68 years old. I'm proud to have lived this long and still being relevant," says Norman.