I was a Disney Channel child actor from a staunchly Atheist family. Now I’m a genderqueer minister in America’s heartland.
Convinced a demon was making me gay, my mother turned to exorcism. Years later, her pop idol finally helped her understand.
One of the most brilliant minds of the Harvard class of ’35, Reed Edwin Peggram met his soulmate on the eve of World War II and risked everything to stay by his side.
During my unplanned pregnancy, I reveled in my new body and the pleasures it brought, while hiding from the pain I knew would come when I gave my child away.
How a former frat boy and high-flying retail exec finally found his calling—by opening America’s first gender-fluid clothing store.
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