Dr. Acquaviva believes trans patients should not have to educate their providers. She uses her experiences as a cisgender lesbian social worker who is often misgendered to help her fellow providers competently care for transgender patients.
Kameron had several close relationships throughout his young adulthood. Each friendship or partner led to a new breadcrumb about sexuality, gender, expression. It was through other people that Kameron was inspired to mold his own identity.
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.
This is the last installment as I tirelessly recount all the books I read last year. You can take Part 1 and Part 2, stitch it together with Part 3, […]
As I mentioned in Part 1 of my year-end/year-start exhaustive book list-turned-reviews, this is quite long. At least I saved the better part for later, or however that saying goes. […]
Since it’s the New Year, people like to cop out of writing real blog posts by compiling a list. And I’m no different than the general population, except for the […]
Since I posted the not-so-comprehensive LGBTQIA Book List, I’ve done a fair amount of reading, and more excitingly, discovering. Here’s a rundown of all the new books I’ve come across […]
LGBTQIA Reading List LGBTQIA Books Being the curious cat (or mouse) that I am, my mind has ingested its fair share of books, ranging from theories of cultural evolutionary psychology […]