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.
Inspired by seeing visibly genderqueer people at a conference, Jayden finally took the plunge and came out to everyone: co-workers, family, friends, and even extended family.
Now a seasoned gender veteran, Julie looks back on her son’s fascination with the female historic personages aboard the Titanic.
A summary of last month’s Non-Binary MAAB theme, and an introduction to this month’s Featured Voices theme: SOFFAs! Write about that special someone, or have them write about you.
Everyone’s gender is different, and that’s great. But what do you transition to, when everybody is following a different path?
“I didn’t always know I was trans, but I always knew I was weird.” Dee unravels the realization that they’re genderfluid, then comes out to their entire class.
Most people subconsciously and automatically sort people into two genders. But what happens when a machine is tasked to this? Alyx explores the the human side of artificial intelligence technology, and what it could mean for transgender people.
K has gone through several transitions throughout her life: from boy to genderless to woman. At least, that’s what it looks like from the outside; K’s inner identity is still a mystery, even to her. After four decades of struggles, K is finally happy.
Is there a “right” way to do femininity? Amidst the pushback from within the trans community, Brianna tears apart the difference between gender identity and gender expression.
fluffy talks about their experience with lower surgery as a male-assigned agender person.