Highlighting some older writing, some of which I’m deeply embarrassed, some of which I’m still extremely proud of, and most of which I hope you’ll find to be an enjoyable companion in your gender journey.
I’ve been injecting testosterone into alternating thighs every two weeks for the past 3 years or so. Sometimes I wonder if it’s doing what it’s supposed to be doing because my dose is too low. Sometimes I wonder what’s it’s supposed to be doing in the first place.
Part 3 of Non-Binary Transition covers the details involved in Social, Medical, and Legal transition, focusing on the unique challenges faced by non-binary individuals. It also covers what providers can do to support their clients/patients in their practice, as well as a Bonus section featuring questions by participants.
Part 2: What is Transition? Learn a new framework for your transgender journey.
Non-Binary Transition workshop is available online. Watch the video or read the slides.
Non-Binary Transition workshop is available online. Part 1: What is Gender?
Watch the video or read the slides.
I’ve launched a Patreon! Read on for details on the campaign, my reasons behind doing so, and how you can show your support.
What’s the secret to figuring out your gender? Choosing labels, coming out, non-binary or not, all these questions are overwhelming to untangle by yourself.
The Gender Playbook promises no definitive answers, only a few wise words to help you along your gender journey.
Gender Odyssey – an international conference, a thoughtful exploration of gender – took place August 2015 in Seattle. Here’s what happened.
For my debut piece in The Advocate Magazine, I ruminate over the good and the bad depictions of genderqueer people in the media, and what this lack of representation (or mis-representation) means for non-binary people like me.
Ever since my trip back home, I’ve been thinking a lot about coming out. To your parents. Specifically, the part that happens after you come out: having them come to terms with you.