A closing summary of Featured Voices contributions from the previous theme, Inspiration.
Dara has been a gender therapist for almost a decade, and also identifies as nonbinary. Where does a gender therapist get guidance for their own gender journey?
In this Featured Voices theme, our guest authors share their Inspiration: the catalyst, the motivator, the fire behind a gender that doesn’t seem to exist in the world. For Alyx, inspiration […]
Every step Sam has taken in their transition has been inspired by their partner. But all along, Sam has been a little… stubborn.
Kameron had several close relationships throughout his young adulthood. Each friendship or partner led to a new breadcrumb about sexuality, gender, expression. It was through other people that Kameron was inspired to mold his own identity.
When Emma’s partner began transitioning, she scoured the internet for resources. However, all the articles about partners failed to mention the teamwork that goes into a relationship. This lack of support inspired Emma to take matters into her own hands.
Wrapping up our last theme, Coming Out at Work / School, with a summary of all eleven guest posts. And introducing our next theme: Inspiration!
Is it possible for your co-workers to respect your gender without officially coming out? Lex credits the Facebook and a younger employee base to their successful non-announcement.
I often compare it to a teacher getting a student’s name wrong. Of course they would correct themselves immediately, it would seem ridiculous to simply pretend that it hadn’t happened. And yet, that’s exactly what happens with pronouns.
After 8 years of working as a Math and Physics tutor in a community college, DJ decided to come out as non-binary. Their colleague’s non-reaction was the most surprising part.