Author Archives: Alyce M. Anders

Clovis, Papadopoulos & Page

In April 2016, Papadopoulos emailed Sam Clovis, attempting to set up a Trump-Putin meeting by saying, “the advantage of being in London is that these governments tend to speak a bit more openly in ‘neutral’ cities.” Later that month, Papadopoulos flew back to London and learned through Mifsud that the Russians had “dirt” on Hillary Clinton. The indictment has no mention of Papadopoulos being in London in September.

Slander and Lies against @Emma4Change

Emma Gonzalez, the magnificent young woman who spoke so eloquently at yesterday’s March, recently appeared in Teen Vogue. A photo of her tearing up a target appeared in the article.

As the March for Life was underway, a digitally altered photo started circulating on social media. Instead of tearing up a target, Ms. Gonzales is tearing up the Constitution.

Our Future

This past Saturday, I spent the entire day glued to my television watching The March for Our Lives. I witnessed magnificent young people, some as young as eleven years old, demanding that something be done to stop the gun violence that threatens their lives.

They deserve a future…

A Magnificent Young Woman

Emma Gonzalez, the magnificent young woman who spoke so eloquently at yesterday’s March, recently appeared in Teen Vogue. A photo of her tearing up a target appeared in the article.

As the March for Life was underway, a digitally altered photo started circulating on social media. Instead of tearing up a target, Ms. Gonzales is tearing up the Constitution.

Allison Annalora at Azul Lounge and Bar- Parade to the Star – Join the Celebration

Allison Annalora is a Star by anybody’s standard. Not only is she an outstanding performer, but she is also a gifted author whose memoir, Late Blooming: My Gender Journey, was published last year.

Join me on the 10th, have dinner, enjoy the show, and be a part of the Celebration. And be sure to say hello to Allison.

Frank Woodhull / Mary Johnson

I came across this very interesting story about a man named Frank Woodhull, who passed through Ellis Island in 1908, where they discovered that he was a woman named Mary Johnson.

The article was written by Philip Sutton, a historian who writes on the New York Public Library blog.

(Link included to original article)

Washington state offers third gender option on birth certificates

From CNN: Washington state residents who don’t identify as male or female will soon be able to choose X as their gender on birth certificates.

Starting January 27, they will be able to identify as male, female or X on birth certificates. The policy lets Washingtonians change existing documents; it does not apply to new ones.

Meet the Milquetoast Press

I’ve heard numerous journalists skewer Wolff, and discredit him, and then admit they’ve all heard the same stories Wolff wrote about in his book. Pardon me? You know that our country is being run into the ground by a childish moron and you say nothing? Could it be because you’re afraid you’ll lose your contacts in Government, and perhaps your cushy job and six-figure salary?

Alice Unchained Now on Sale at Amazon

Alyce Unchained is part fiction and part memoir dealing with Gender Identity and the difficulties of growing up Intersex. It consists of a novella, a short memoir focusing on her childhood, a collection of short stories, as well as several essays on the subject. The fictional stories are character driven, most of which are based on Alyce’s life experiences.

Pride and Remembrance

November is a schizophrenic month for the Transgender community. It begins with Pride, a joyous celebration of who we are, and concludes with a solemn remembrance of our brothers and sisters who fell victim to the violence and hatred that permeates throughout our society.