Last month I introduced a new series titled Featured Voices: setting a monthly “theme” for my blog and inviting others to write a guest post for that month. The theme for March will be MAAB non-binary experiences.
Featured Voices: I set a monthly “theme” for my blog and invite others to write a guest post for that month.
I think every person has some unique attribute to add to the mix, and often this attribute is one that that gets lost in the shuffle of the collective narrative. I’d love a chance to highlight diverse stories through my tiny platform.
Launching this month!
What’s the secret to figuring out your gender? Choosing labels, coming out, non-binary or not, all these questions are overwhelming to untangle by yourself.
The Gender Playbook promises no definitive answers, only a few wise words to help you along your gender journey.
A basic primer on physical transition options for transgender male-assigned-at-birth people who identify as neutrois, agender, androgyne, genderqueer, non-binary, or are simply seeking physical neutrality and/or nullification.
A reader writes in about her struggle in trying to understand genderqueer as an identity. How is it distinct from gender roles? What can she do to respect her family member’s process?
This 3-part series dissects all aspects of a hysterectomy, inclusively covering the needs and questions of transpeople of all identities who are interested in this procedure.
This letter was written by my significant other as a contribution to a book. It seems fitting to publish this Feb 14th. Enjoy. Yesterday as I was waking up it […]
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 […]
The Perfect Fit A newly minted parent is tasked with the highly anticipated and/or much dreaded job of choosing a name for their baby. This soon-to-be alive little tiny person […]
An introduction to low dose testosterone: dosages, methods of delivery, why take low dose, and resources.