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The New York Times published a piece highlighting trans people making waves in the pop culture world. The piece profiles model Valentijn de Hingh, artists Rhys Ernst and Zackary Drucker, author and advocate Janet Mock, and Orange is the New Black star Laverne Cox.
For International Women's Day, Google's posted a Doodle that features women on a broad spectrum of locations, ages, and races, speaking different languages, engaging in various activities, and occupying an array of roles.
At 3PM EST today, join trans advocate Janet Mock as she reads live from her New York Times Best Selling memoir, Redefining Realness, and answer questions from you and all participants via Google+.
Janet Mock is having quite the month, but there is no doubt that audiences are listening closely to her message and like what they're hearing.
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Every year, Black History Month recognizes the accomplishments, journeys, and contributions of African Americans throughout history.
Janet Mock returned to Piers Morgan Live to to clear the air and speak in depth about how misguided reporting, however benign in its intent, is hurtful and harmful.
Janet Mock will appear on Piers Morgan Tonight for a second time this evening to discuss the backlash from her appearance on the show last night, which was her first mainstream television interview discussing her memoir, Redefining Realness.
Over the weekend, transgender advocate Janet Mock drew a large crowd for the first public reading of Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love, & So Much More, her memoir that will be released today, February 4. I went, and this is what I thought.
Fans of Laverne Cox have something to look forward to in 2015, which is when the actress and advocate has announced she will release a new memoir through Harlequin Books.