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Category Archives: gender non-conforming
One difference for me between this year’s Gender Odyssey conference and last year’s was that I spent a lot less time this year telling the story of my trans narrative. Part of that is due to the workshops I attended, … Continue reading
Did I every tell y’all that I wrote a blog post for the Gender Odyssey blog? Well, there’s the link in case I didn’t. There are several great posts there to give you a feeling for some of what goes … Continue reading
What a whirlwind! Nick and I arrived at the Silver Cloud Hotel Thursday night (much later than anticipated because of dreadful traffic on I5) and went next door to The Garage for a meet and greet. We met up with … Continue reading
Tonight, Nick and I will be driving north to Seattle to attend Gender Odyssey. I am super looking forward to it, have worked hard on my workshops and am a mixture of eager and terrified about presenting my sessions. I’m … Continue reading
This Friday, June 28th, there’s gonna be a big trans party in Seattle called Trans Pride. From the website, Trans*Pride is a pride event organized by Gender Justice League in affiliation with Seattle Out & Proud and fiscally sponsored by Gay City Health Project. It … Continue reading
Yesterday, I caught a sideways glance of myself in a mirror and it was one of those cognitive dissonance moments. What I saw was a dude with boobs… as if my head belonged to a guy and was put on someone else’s body. … Continue reading
mas·cu·lin·i·ty (msky-ln-t) n. pl. mas·cu·lin·i·ties 1. The quality or condition of being masculine. 2. Something traditionally considered to be characteristic of a male. mas·cu·line (msky-ln) adj. 1. Of or relating to men or boys; male. 2. Suggestive or characteristic of … Continue reading
Do you identify as genderqueer? What does that word mean to you? Did you take it on for personal reasons, or is it a political statement against binary gender? I had the pleasure of drinking beers with a couple of … Continue reading