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Kimberlé Crenshaw’s 1989 notion of intersectionality has, 30 years later, become warped and politicized. Meredith Talusan’s memoir, “Fairest,” puts a face on the intellectual debate.

In “Fairest,” Meredith Talusan recalls a life lived at the intersection: of gender, race and nationality

Meredith Talusan discusses mirrors, transitions, and the craft of memoir upon the release of her critically acclaimed new book, Fairest.

"I'm in a really unique position as somebody who has a really unexpected set of advantages and disadvantages," Meredith Talusan said. "I am albino and therefore partially blind, but I'm also white-passing. I am a first-generation immigrant."

Meredith Talusan discusses mirrors, transitions, and the craft of memoir upon the release of her critically acclaimed new book, Fairest.

During a boyhood in the Philippines, Meredith Talusan received positive reactions to the white skin and blonde hair accompanying albinism. She found a different response as a trans woman in the U.S.

Critic Hope Wabuke says Meredith Talusan's memoir FAIREST has a "welcome maturity, depth and resonance."

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Meredith Talusan discusses mirrors, transitions, and the craft of memoir upon the release of her critically acclaimed new book, Fairest.

Meredith Talusan discusses mirrors, transitions, and the craft of memoir upon the release of her critically acclaimed new book, Fairest.

In “Fairest,” Meredith Talusan recalls a life lived at the intersection: of gender, race and nationality

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In Opinion Meredith Talusan writes, “I’ve come to find it deeply unfair that trans people are often left with the burden of assuaging their loved ones’ grief.”

On , Meredith Talusan, a trans woman and executive editor of Them, confronts her past with bullying other LGBTQ people.

Amazing talk from Meredith Talusan about being a Trans reporter and telling the stories of Transwomen of color. #LGBTmedia17 

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When some people win more civil rights than others, everybody loses | Meredith Talusan

Do you applaud Caitlyn Jenner because she's brave, or because she's pretty? | Meredith Talusan

Being transgender in a transphobic society leads to moments of sheer desperation | Meredith Talusan

Being transgender in a transphobic society leads to moments of sheer desperation | Meredith Talusan

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