"Ignominy of the Small Girl" - Death in the Afternoon, Literary Magazine at Cornell University
"My Body is Not Sorry" - MTV Founders
"The Price of Exclusion" - Medium
"The Race to LGBT Equality in Asia" - OutRight Action International
"Honoring Intersex Awareness Day" - OutRight Action International
"From the Ground I Burn" -The Manifest-Station
"Write Naked" - The Clit List
"My Sexuality is Not Your Porn" - The Odyssey Online
"Life After Revenge Porn"- The Odyssey Online
"To Adults Who Ask Why I Support Bernie Sanders"- The Odyssey Online
"After Orlando, 1439 Years of Life Still Echo"- The Odyssey Online
"What I Learned About Life When I Wanted to Die"- The Odyssey Online
"An Open Letter to Shame"- The Odyssey Online
Leah's extensive experience with activism has narrowed in to focus on politics, cyber civil rights, and LGBTQIA+ discrimination,.Through writing and grassroots activism, Leah combats adversity locally and internationally.
LGBTQIA + GENDER discrimination
A victim of revenge pornography, Leah advocates for cyber civil rights, legislation changes, and victim support services.
In 2016, Leah founded the March Against Revenge Porn, a social movement, research project, and series of protest marches and educational lectures. In April 2017, Leah led the first revenge porn march across the Brooklyn Bridge. Leah has spoken at Western Connecticut State University and The University of Connecticut.
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Leah has worked with GLAAD, OutRight Action International, The United Nations Free & Equal Campaign, The New York City Pride Organization, The Boston Pride Organization, The Visible Me Campaign, The Ally Coalition, The Connecticut Department of Justice, and The Human Rights Campaign to fight LGBTQIA discrimination both locally and internationally through writing, theatre, and grassroots activism.
In 2017, Leah presented at the Human Rights Campaign annual "Time To Thrive" Conference on youth activism in the digital age.
In addition to published essays and poems about being transgender, nonbinary and a feminist, Leah has worked with with Feminist Apparel, Hollaback!, and HeartMob.
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