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Gender Odyssey 2013, Day 2

[I started writing this at the end of Day 2, and only just finished it…] Today was a busy day and I’m tired to the bone, but I want to catch you all up before I get a beer and … Continue reading

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#GOconf2013, My Personal Gender Odyssey

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

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Gender Odyssey Blog

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

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Gender Odyssey Friends, Welcome!

I met a lot of great people this weekend and I’m hoping that some of them stop by to check out my blog.  If you’re one of those fine folks, please take a moment to leave a comment and let … Continue reading

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New Gender Odyssey Friends … I lost the card you gave me!

You are Tony and Tony’s wife?/partner?  You came to my Parenting session.  We were talking later that day and Tony was lamenting some of the content in another of the sessions (misinformation about BDSM and poly).  You have an adorable … Continue reading

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Gender Odyssey, Day 1

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

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Gender Odyssey is Nigh!!

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

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Presenting at Gender Odyssey

Early last week, I received an email from Gender Odyssey telling me that my workshop proposal had been accepted.  The mystery was that I’d submitted two proposals and didn’t know which workshop they’d opted for.  I inquired about it and … Continue reading

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What’s Kyle Doing?

What am I up to, you ask?  There’s always plenty going on, here are a few of the items that are getting my attention and time lately: Writing up session proposals for Gender Odyssey.  One is called Wanted: Your Stories, … Continue reading

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Shout Outs for Genderqueer Blogs, Gender Odyssey Early Registration

I’d like to welcome Jake Jacobsen’s new blog, Genderqueer Pie Please, to the always-expanding family of Butch, Genderqueer, Gender Non-Conforming and Trans* masculine bloggers: Genderqueer isn’t a new movement, it isn’t even a movement, or new, it’s been around a long, long time, … Continue reading

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