It is said that one out of every six men report having been sexually abused as children. That number becomes even more frightening when you consider the fact that sexual assault crimes are vastly underreported. In society we are still learning how to discuss any kind of sexual assault; The conversations around sexual abuse of Black boys are far, far rarer. Now allow me to add another layer to this conversation, living life as a black transgender man. They experience oppression such as racism and cissexism.
This is all a part of Silas story.
Silas shares his story of sexual abuse, transitioning, de-transitioning, and the power of faith. Join me as I sit down and have a conversation that needs to happen more often. One that is full of transparency and triumph.