Mini-documentary about getting my name legally changed in rural Ohio: May, 2010.
Category: Social Gender
Social gender, gender binary, masculinity & femininity,
Pictures of a Genderation – Gender Outlaw: The Next GenerationPictures of a Genderation – Gender Outlaw: The Next Generation
I’ve never been a book person. Reading has never come easy to me, resulting in my rarely reading anything. Sure, I read signs and emails and 142 character tweets, but
My community continues to throw me curve balls. Recently I was given an account of a rather discouraging discourse that took place on stage at a local show. The emcee,
I started taking T three years ago. I knew it was something I wanted, I was positive, I was prepared, I was terrified. Me, less than one month before starting
This past weekend was Femme 2010, the biannual Femme Conference put on by the fantastic Femme Collective. The Femme “community” is like any other where it is in actuality many
I tried working out some intro about my experiences as a performer to go along with this post, but I feel the performance speaks for itself. It is a commentary
This past weekend I was invited to be a speaker on the Philadelphia Trans-Health Conference’s plenary panel “Five on Five: Winning The Removal of GID from the DSM-5.” [image description
France Removes GID, The World Trudges into Trans Rights?France Removes GID, The World Trudges into Trans Rights?
Note: This happened over a month ago, and most of us never heard about it. Dude, we need to step up our community’s communications, myself included. A significant event has
Today, February 17, 2010, marks the 4 year Transiversary for o’l Midwest GenderQueer. It has been a long road, and will be longer still. I would like to take this