When considering hormones, there can be high variability in terms of individual goals, bodies, needs, risks, and reactions. I get a lot of questions from readers that I can’t always answer, so I reached out to Dr Kevin Hatfield for insight.
After 8 years of working as a Math and Physics tutor in a community college, DJ decided to come out as non-binary. Their colleague’s non-reaction was the most surprising part.
Inspired by seeing visibly genderqueer people at a conference, Jayden finally took the plunge and came out to everyone: co-workers, family, friends, and even extended family.
Now a seasoned gender veteran, Julie looks back on her son’s fascination with the female historic personages aboard the Titanic.
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.
Everyone’s gender is different, and that’s great. But what do you transition to, when everybody is following a different path?
“I didn’t always know I was trans, but I always knew I was weird.” Dee unravels the realization that they’re genderfluid, then comes out to their entire class.
Most people subconsciously and automatically sort people into two genders. But what happens when a machine is tasked to this? Alyx explores the the human side of artificial intelligence technology, and what it could mean for transgender people.
K has gone through several transitions throughout her life: from boy to genderless to woman. At least, that’s what it looks like from the outside; K’s inner identity is still a mystery, even to her. After four decades of struggles, K is finally happy.
Is there a “right” way to do femininity? Amidst the pushback from within the trans community, Brianna tears apart the difference between gender identity and gender expression.