Everyone’s gender is different, and that’s great. But what do you transition to, when everybody is following a different path?
“I didn’t always know I was trans, but I always knew I was weird.” Dee unravels the realization that they’re genderfluid, then comes out to their entire class.
Most people subconsciously and automatically sort people into two genders. But what happens when a machine is tasked to this? Alyx explores the the human side of artificial intelligence technology, and what it could mean for transgender people.
K has gone through several transitions throughout her life: from boy to genderless to woman. At least, that’s what it looks like from the outside; K’s inner identity is still a mystery, even to her. After four decades of struggles, K is finally happy.
Is there a “right” way to do femininity? Amidst the pushback from within the trans community, Brianna tears apart the difference between gender identity and gender expression.
fluffy talks about their experience with lower surgery as a male-assigned agender person.
“Knowing all the terminology and medical facts does not a perfect transition make.” In this Featured Voices, Max walks us through the ups and downs of questioning gender identity: internal doubts, navigating hesitant doctors, imperfect options for hormones, and finding peace.
Jacob Tobia seeks gender empowerment in the professional world. When being visibly gender nonconforming raises eyebrows on the street, how can someone stay true to their identity in the workplace?
Can physical transition change your inner identity? Jay, who identifies as genderless, explores this question in Featured Voices.
What does it feel like to have top surgery? In this raw journal/log submitted to Featured Voices, Marval Rex spiritually walks us through the first 7 days following the operation.