A recollection of all the posts from last month’s Featured Voices theme: SOFFAs (significant others, friends, family, allies). And introducing next theme: Out at Work or School.
Now a seasoned gender veteran, Julie looks back on her son’s fascination with the female historic personages aboard the Titanic.
Transition can suddenly envelop you in a whirlwind of choices. Yet as Cameron soon realized, those decisions weren’t only about him – his family, friends, co-workers, were all transitioning along with him.
Through previous romantic relationships, AJ learns what it means to be seen in their gender. But sometimes what it means to be a good or a bad partner isn’t so binary.
“What does it mean for her – for my wife – to be in love with someone who blurs the lines of gender?” A personal piece about the history of my relationship with the most significant person in my world.
When your child comes out at 14 as “agender” what do you do? A loving mom shares with us the process she’s been through (and is still going through) in parenting an agender teen.
What happens when an introverted feminist academic tosses off her big black nerd glasses and succumbs to a brutal crush on a hard-rockin’ Texas boygirl? “Queer Rock Love” reminds us that our trials and tribulations can sometimes become powerful sources of community and connection.
When your child comes out as “agender” what do you do? As a parent, Libby shares her story of compassion, love, and many many questions in her journey to understanding her eldest’s non-binary gender identity.
A summary of last month’s Non-Binary MAAB theme, and an introduction to this month’s Featured Voices theme: SOFFAs! Write about that special someone, or have them write about you.
Gender Odyssey – an international conference, a thoughtful exploration of gender – took place August 2015 in Seattle. Here’s what happened.