TRANS magazine is an annual independent print magazine and online platform created by (trans)gender diverse people. TRANS aims to offer our readers representation and inspiration through personal stories, conversations, opinions, and images. TRANS shows that there is no one single trans narrative. We give everyone with trans experiences the space to share their perspective.
Le Favolose, known in English as The Fabulous Ones, takes place over the course of a single night in which a group of trans women come together to honor their deceased friend. Almost 30 years after their friend Antonia is killed outside of a rock concert, one of the women in the group finds a letter that was meant to
Blue ID tells the story of Rüzgar Erkoçlar, a trans Turkish actor, and his transition journey beginning from the time he started his hormone replacement therapy to the present. The film was created by two of his close friends and the project was originally meant to be a resource for trans Turkish people so that they have access to trans
Anhell69 is a personal, ethnographic documentary about Theo Montoya and his feature film project Anhell69. The published summary for Anhell69 describes the young queer scene in Colombia being cast in a vampire movie when the star dies of a heroin overdose at age 21, but the documentary covers so much more than just these events tackling themes of protest, identity,
Brazilian Dutch transfeminist, advocate for a world without transphobia, Ana Paula shares her view on developments in the Netherlands.
Theater maker, actor, activist Tijn de Jong researches and reflects on trans joy with this monthly column.
Ryan (non binary trans) and David (cis) are a happy queer couple and the young parents of a genetically own child. In an intimate correspondence they share their thoughts and feelings with each other, and with us.
Trans Cinema 101
With this video series, filmmaker An wants to discover and discuss films that are authentic, valuable and meaningful to the trans community.
Exhibition trans heritage
When do you include an object in an exhibition about trans heritage and when not? An interview with the curator; writer and historian Alex Bakker.