Rachel Lynn Golden, a clinical psychologist, lays out a plan a provider or parent can follow to have a sex positive talk with teens across the gender and sexuality spectrum.
fluffy talks about their experience with lower surgery as a male-assigned agender person.
Flights: purchased. Hotels: booked. Bags: packed. Well not yet… That’s right, for the second year in a row I’m making my rounds through all 3 major transgender conferences in the […]
Originally posted on The Queer Ace:
Sometimes I feel like we don’t talk enough about sex. When I give talks about asexuality, I explain “why not” – why don’t we…
Goodbye 2012, and what a year it was. The things I accomplished in 2012 go way beyond anything I ever intended or imagined. (The only reason 2011 has a leg […]
A few weeks ago I was featured on a panel for Huffington Post Live, talking about Asexuality. In it I told a story which had actually been brewing in the […]
Non-Binary Transition Presentation Success! Aside from not being able to plug in my computer for the colorful presentation I had prepared – which also meant my notes were a bit […]
This is the continuation to Testosterone, part 1 (cause this is part 2, and it comes after 1). The Ideal If I could have it my way, I would definitely […]
The Curiosity For the past few weeks I’ve been doing a bit of research regarding testosterone. I don’t know what prompted this seemingly sudden interest in T, but perhaps this […]
Having hit almost 75 posts, I compiled a list of the top 10 posts from this blog. “Top” was defined by me to be most viewed posts of all time. […]