At a Glance:Michael Knaapen has been a Project Contributor since June 2013, has written 37 entries and currently lives in Washington, D.C..
Michael Knaapen believes people aren't really good or bad - they're just making do. He loves to organize and celebrate communities, especially the LGBT community, and has served in many capacities in his past homes of Wisconsin and Vermont to do just that. He cares about elder justice and prison reform. He enjoys reading history and poetry, traveling, and spending time with his family.
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"Try to take a closer look at who people are, beyond their physicality. Gender isn't box-size. Neither are our minds, so open yours up..."Read More
Charles Manson - one of America's most objectively horrible citizens ever - is getting hitched. Where's the outrage from "marriage protectors" like Tony Perkins and Maggie Gallagher?Read More
For many trans people, their earliest photographs will show someone that doesn't quite resemble the person they are today. This can present opportunities, but also challenges.Read More
The Cult of Identity-As-Truth damages our understanding of what it means to be humans occupying space in a universe hemmed in by objective reality, and it risks blurring some of the crucial ways in which self-identification really matters.Read More
Don't miss ImageOut, an extraordinary film festival lovingly and expertly curated by the passionate LGBT community of Rochester, New York.Read More