Gender Odyssey – an international conference, a thoughtful exploration of gender – took place August 2015 in Seattle. Here’s what happened.
For my debut piece in The Advocate Magazine, I ruminate over the good and the bad depictions of genderqueer people in the media, and what this lack of representation (or mis-representation) means for non-binary people like me.
A year in review: my blog activity from 2014, including published and most popular posts.
A series of articles profiling genderqueer and non-binary individuals recently came out on many media outlets. What did the articles get right? How can journalists do better?
After four years of hopping onto this transgender train, I’ve learned a lot about the world of gender and the world in general.
What has kept me from posting in a really long time… life changes, vacation, Gender Odyssey Conference, and what’s next!
Last week I posted a Neutrois Nonsense Readership Survey, and now I want to share some of the results with you.
Letters for My Siblings – a new book by Transgress Press – seeks submissions from from writers who are non-binary, genderqueer, gender non-conforming, bigender, agender, or who simply don’t fit nicely into the boxes of “man” and “woman.”
It’s been quite a summer! I usually take this time post-conference to take a break and wait until things get settled before I pick things up again. Unfortunately, it looks […]
Today I got an automated email. It’s been 2 years from today since I started blogging at http://neutrois.me. I never imagined everything that would come of it: intimate exploration of […]