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.
Four and a half years post-op, I’ve compiled all the questions about my top surgery in one neat post.
Video update in which I talk about being on low dose testosterone for over 3 years.
How do you figure out your gender? Guidelines and resources to help you get started on your journey.
This week I was featured in two exceptional articles exploring the nuances of non-binary gender.
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!