At a Glance:Drew Cordes has been a Project Contributor since October 2010, has written 58 entries and currently lives in Albany, N.Y..
Drew Cordes is a transgenderqueer from Albany, N.Y. Drew graduated from Vassar College in 2004, and is one of the leaders of human rights group Transgender Advocates of the Capital Region.
Drew Cordes: Recently Filed
Gov. Cuomo does not support the Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act (GENDA). He nods and smiles at GENDA. He gives it lip service. He *does* nothing.Read More
How do we create communities, coalesce, organize, and act effectively? Let's talk nuts and bolts.Read More
When queer and trans* people attempt to navigate or further their lives within the technologies that govern them, do laws actually affect how people are socialized to perceive us as transgressors? Or do they only force discrimination underground?Read More
Thanks to carefully considered awareness, education and social campaigns by experienced practitioners and educators, kink and BDSM relationships have crept into greater cultural awareness in the past few years.Read More
After the attempted muzzling of trans* folks and undocumented queers last week at the marriage equality rally in Washington, D.C., there has been a lot of heated rhetoric about HRC, and marginalization within the LGBT justice movement.Read More