Just realized that B.D. Hyman (who should be grateful she's being given a highly symp-aesthetic portrayal in Feud: Bette and Joan, in which she's played by gorgeous Kiernan Shipka), Bette Davis's daughter, has actually stated that her mother practiced witchcraft.
Literally, the born-again minister (!) has said her mom was a witch.
Check out Inside Edition's rehashing of this other feud ...
I truly can't grasp what a trans kid has to go through — I spent my time panicking at the idea that I would one day have to learn how to kiss when I was that age, let alone worrying about whether I had been born with the right body.
Even more incredibly, check out this story of a parent and child who are both trans, and are transitioning togther.
When Eric Maison first watched a documentary about trans teenager Jazz Jennings he realized something about her experience resonated with his own ― as well as the experience of his daughter, Corey.
“It was like all of the feelings I’d had of being uncomfortable in my own skin made sense,” Maison told The Huffington Post. “At the time, I also recognized my own child in this little girl, so I shared it with Corey, and she said ‘She’s like me!’”
... “When Corey began embracing her true gender identity in transition, I began realizing how courageous and inspiring she was to not just the many people out there that saw our first viral video (see below), but in myself. I started to realize ‘Hey! If my kid can stand up to the bullies in the face of adversity in attempts at living a happier life, I can too,’” he continued. “Seeing Corey’s genuine happiness inspired me to be brave telling my own story ― my truth of who I’ve felt I was all along.”