Friday, March 31st was International Transgender Day of Visibility. The premise is simple: be out there, visible, and proud to be trans. Many people ‘come out’ for the first time – or reaffirm their status as a member of the greater transgender community. The idea is that greater visibility can only help us to be […]
So that thing I did – where I was interviewed for a news piece about the LIRR gendered ticket policy? The piece is up and can be found on the WFUV website, linked here: SHOULD THE MTA GET RID OF GENDERED PASSES? I originally asked that ‘they’ be used as my prefered pronoun, but the […]
My poor sad neglected blog… I have had such good intentions – so many things I have wanted to say… But I cannot seem to be motivated to write them up. I am hoping that this entry will be the reboot – my opportunity to start over… Time will tell. So what has happened […]
After my uncomfortable shopping excursion to get a sport coat, I stopped at the Burger King down the road to pick up a nutritious balanced meal for lunch. One would think shopping at the ‘big and tall’ shop should have prompted me to find something healthier. 😦 I wait on line – get up to […]
Over at the Women’s Space/The Margins blog, there has been a discussion going on – the primary focus of which is transpeople. While the comments are related mostly to transwomen, the overall tone seems to be one of distain for transpeople in general.
Over in her blog, Helen comments on the idea that gender has Shapes, Not Lines. The following was originally posted on Sphere, a website and listserv for genderqueer identified persons. Why Gender is a Sphere The following explanation is excerpted from an article in the Summer 1998 issue of Anything That Moves, The Magazine for Anything […]