NAOMI GORDON-LOEBL

Naomi Gordon-Loebl is a Puffin Foundation Writing Fellow at Type Media Center, a writer and aneducator based in New York City. Her reporting focuses on LGBTQ politics and community, with a specific interest in issues that affect the lives of transgender and gender-non-conforming people. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in the New York Times Harper’s, Complex, HazlittThe Nation, the Washington Spectator, The Toast, the anthologies The Social Construction of Difference and Inequality and Emerge, and elsewhere. She was a 2018 Lambda Literary Fellow in nonfiction and a 2019 writer-in-residence at Monson Arts in Monson, Maine.

Recent Work

Not Kidding

Not Kidding

Transparent’s bizarre musical finale.
By Naomi Gordon-Loebl in The Nation.

We Are Still Winning the Fight for Trans Rights

We Are Still Winning the Fight for Trans Rights

The Supreme Court may have declined to hear Gavin Grimm’s case—but history is firmly on his side.

Like Never Before

Like Never Before

At the world’s largest lesbian wedding. 

Trump’s War on Trans Rights: A Q&A With Chase Strangio

Trump’s War on Trans Rights: A Q&A With Chase Strangio

The ACLU lawyer describes how governments change definitions to exclude people.

My Grandmother’s Survival

My Grandmother’s Survival

Like so many German Jews, my Nana’s family was late to leave the country when Hitler came to power. They thought antisemitism was a relic of the past.

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