Sabrina is the creator and CEO. of TMP Media Group, which works in the fields of publishing, film and social networking. She is the Editor in Chief, @ The Trans Muse Planet Magazine, better known as The TMPlanet. She began blogging in 2012, after her work with the South Carolina Democratic Party, during the Barack Obama campaign. Initially writings were political, but quickly became more focused on transgender culture after seeing the need for more visibility of trans women of color. She has written for the Spartanburg Herald Journal, Florence Morning News, and the Hartsville Messenger. Her work centers around developing, promoting intersectionality, and unity within trans society.
Micah J. Fleck is a senior writer, and editor @ TMPlanet. He’s an education researcher and anthropologist concerned with the social implications of scientific discovery and inquiry. A veteran political commentator and former libertarian, Mr. Fleck now sets his sights on a science-based approach to postmodern social issues that aims to transcend typical partisan politics and ground new policy proposals in unshakable empiricism. He received his degree in anthropology from Columbia University and plans on studying neuroscience in graduate school. He has worked as the Associate Editor of the Libertarian Republic. Be a Patreon
Lynnea Stuart is a senior writer @ TMPlanet. She was first published in 1990 in Shabbat Shalom, Review & Herald Publishers. In 2000 she wrote the San Francisco Scene column in TV Epic covering transgender community events while engaging in trans-activism in California. She speaks on trans issues from time to time, most particularly on transgender history, philosophy, and religion. She is based today in Orange County. She is also the editor of Transpire.
Christine Newman is a writer @ TMPlanet, and is a proud and outspoken transgender woman from Toronto. She has been an LGBTQ activist for 35 years (recently retired from much of that work), and has been an outspoken advocate for mental health, particularly PTSD & C-PTSD, drawing on her own daily battles with both for inspiration in her advocacy work. A member of Toronto Trans Alliance (now part of a larger umbrella group), and currently is the very first trans woman to sit as Civilian Co-Chair of the Toronto Police Service LGBTQ Community Consultative Committee. She is also the editor of Hey Writer Grrl.
Gabriel Coppersan is a writer @TMPlanet, a non-binary human, advocate, and You Tube personality, who also has an affinity with wolves. They graduated from Hunter College in 2014 with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology before pursuing medical transition shortly after. They are currently now questioning their idea of ultimate happiness and means to achieve it while working retail and navigating the world as a transgender/gender-nonconforming person. Through their work, they are bringing more visibility, and acceptance for non-binary persons. Gabriel Coppersan Youtube Channel.
Jiselle Madison Parker is a wrtier @TMPlanet a creative collaborator, activist, and social entrepreneur who curates healing through poetry, spoken word, and music. She has worked in comunity activism for over 10 years, specifically advocacy for LGBTQIA+ folks, POC, and socioeconomically oppressed folks. She is Founder & CEO of GenderFabulous; a developing lifestyle brand that centers around love and healing by uplifting the diverse narratives of women identified folks of all genders. As an out and visible Black Queer Trans Woman, she understands resilience and the healing power of love. She identifies as a spiritual student with no specific religious affiliation.
Levi van Wyk, is a contributing writer @ TMPlanet and multimedia designer specializing in film, and animation. He is the CEO of QuantifyStudios based originally in Johannesburg South Africa, after studying multimedia art at the University of Johannesburg. Levi advocates for Asexual, Trans-masculine awareness and victims of sexual abuse; experiences that have shaped his identity. A champion of diversity among the diverse, Trans cultures of South Africa, and outspoken against the high hate crime rates of African LGBTQIA community. Now in his first year on T, you can read about his transition and commentary on Trans advocacy and South African trans culture, as well as follow his creations in Art. Quantify Studio’s Art.