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Category Archives: gender
If you’d like to read what others have written about Xan West’s fantastic collection of queer kinky erotica, here is the entire blog tour itinerary: The stops on the blog tour: October 1: Xan WestÂ https://xanwest.wordpress.com/ October 2: Book Birthday! Go … Continue reading
Xan West is one of my favorite authors, a master at writing savory, sexy queer erotica that pulls the reader in until you forget you’re not part of the scene. Â It’s exciting to see the buzz rising for Xan’s anthology, … Continue reading
I’m not even going to pretend to be unbiased — I love Xan West‘s writing. Â I have been a fan since discovering Xan’s work ages ago. Â My fandom is mainly based on Xan’s ability to write hot, nuanced sex scenes … Continue reading
If I had a broken leg or a tumor, I’d go to a specialist and get a diagnosis and a course of action for treatment. Â I wouldn’t have to research the injury or ailment and come up with a solution, … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking a lot about transition, my transition, the one I’m designing specifically for myself. Â I’ve been thinking about the changes that will result from taking T, looking through the list as though memorizing it will magically give me … Continue reading
Have you ever done that thing where you believe you’ve been considering and processing and evaluating something for a long time and then you realize that, no, you really weren’t? That’s where I am right now. Â And I know the … Continue reading
I’m working on an FAQ, one that I want to make available to co-workers, friends, family, etc. and I asked folks on Facebook to forward me questions that they thought I should address in my FAQ… I’ve gotten some great … Continue reading
Yesterday, I overheard a co-worker talking to a candidate for one of our proposals. Â The co-worker, Bob, was getting some additional information for me. Â Bob consistently and without hesitation used he/him/his when referring to me in that conversation. I wanted … Continue reading
I came out at work today, by way of an all-staff email. Â This was a step I wasn’t going to take for another couple of weeks, but life takes funny turns sometimes. Â After coming out to my parents (I’ll post … Continue reading