A year in review: my blog activity from 2014, including published and most popular posts.
One of the most commonly repeated phrases / acknowledgments / pieces of advice / soundbites of justification that we hear as transgender people is “Be Yourself.” But how do you know who “Yourself” is when that is exactly what you’re searching for?
A series of articles profiling genderqueer and non-binary individuals recently came out on many media outlets. What did the articles get right? How can journalists do better?
After four years of hopping onto this transgender train, I’ve learned a lot about the world of gender and the world in general.
What has kept me from posting in a really long time… life changes, vacation, Gender Odyssey Conference, and what’s next!
A simple question I posted for research purposes on Tumblr. I’m curious to read your (likely un-simple) answers :)
Someone on the non-binary spectrum emailed me looking for resources on how to navigate their professional life, specifically in a conservative job environment where gender comes with certain expectations.
Do you just suck it up? What are the compromises one has to make? Where is the balance?
In the same way fourteen happens to be the magic number for my perceived age, 27 was the magic number for my oldest imaginable age. Back then, I knew I’d graduate high school, go off to college, then study a lot. The rest was intangible.
Another year, another milestone. For archival, informational, nostalgic purposes, go back to my 2 Year mark, and my progress after the 1st Year. If you’re new here, check out the top […]
Letters From Our Partners is an anthology of letters written by partners/spouses of trans* people to their trans* partner(s). We are looking for personal stories from partners who are or have been in a relationship with trans men, trans women, and/or non-binary trans* people.