Justin Cascio

Justin Cascio is a writer and educator on the intersections of health and social justice. His expertise on the subjects of transgender health and sexuality education have been recognized for over 15 years by LGBT activists, university professors, and the transgender community. His willingness to engage difficult subjects and share intimate knowledge with diverse audiences make him an unforgettable speaker, educator, and writer.

Justin has been creating quality content online since the early days of the internet. He was a founding editor of Trans-Health.com, the health and fitness magazine for transgender people, in the Aughties. He is a former managing editor of The Good Men Project Magazine; his creation was The Good Life, the lifestyle section of the GMP.

Justin's articles on transgender health have been recommended as resources by the American Association on Aging. His essays on obesity, sustainability, and food have been featured on the Paleo podcast Low Carb Conversations and as Editor's Picks on Open Salon.

Justin has been a frequent contributor to The Good Men Project, and has been published at xoJane, Spezzatino, Meatpaper, Examiner.com, and the Boston Local Food Festival. His short memoir of transgender identity and abuse, "Heartbreak and Detox," is his debut publication on Kindle. His writing appears in the upcoming anthology, Rec*og*nize: The Voices of Bisexual Men.

Justin's special interests are local, including Pioneer Valley agriculture and cuisine, masculinity and men's health, psychological and community health, sexuality education, genealogy, and the evolution of family life. He is available for private consultations, writing assignments, and speaking engagements: email likethewatch@gmail.com for more information.