At a Glance:Tobi Hill-Meyer has been a Project Contributor since September 2008, has written 74 entries and currently lives in Seattle, WA.
In 2010 Tobi Hill-Meyer made her film making debut, winning an Award for Emerging Filmmaker of the year and being named #3 in Velvet Park Media's list of the 25 Most Significant Queer Women of 2010.
She is a multiracial trans woman with over a decade experience working with feminist and LGBTQ organizations on a local, state, and federal level, having served on several boards and offering support as a strategic consultant.
Since receiving her degree in Sociology and Women and Gender Studies, Tobi has turned her focus to media analysis and productions. As a writer, producer, and filmmaker, she is a founding member and major contributor to the media collective, Handbasket Productions.
Tobi Hill-Meyer: Recently Filed
Amazon and Caterina LePre had been hunger striking because of anti-trans discrimination that was preventing them from being able to share a cell. The warden assured them that they would be taken off single-cell status, but no action has been taken.Read More
Two trans women incarcerated in the R.J. Donovan Correctional Facility in San Diego County have been on hunger strike for over a week in an attempt to be allowed to share a cell together.Read More
The focus and action on women's rights in this political season has been heartening. However, it's given rise to many over-simplified discussions of bodies and rights that pose a problem for a movement that intends to include trans women. Read More
A while ago I floated the idea of writing an advice column. I have so many projects going on that I ended up letting this one slide. But I recently got one letter that I simply had answer. Read More
I have recently been hearing about multiple instances of trans men and occasionally others condemning certain women's spaces - spaces that include and are co-organized by trans women - as transphobic and even campaigning against them because they don't include trans men. What the f*ck, guys? Read More