Ever since my trip back home, I’ve been thinking a lot about coming out. To your parents. Specifically, the part that happens after you come out: having them come to terms with you.
This week I was featured in two exceptional articles exploring the nuances of non-binary gender.
This is one of my favorite pictures of me from my childhood. Because I just look like me. I am 9 or 10.
A recap of 2013.
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 […]
Author’s Note: I wrote this piece for an upcoming anthology called Trans Bodies Trans Selves. The topic was being a trans immigrant, which I integrated with having non-binary gender. Enjoy! […]
Last summer I sent an email to the Transgender Law Center and asked for referrals to a trans-friendly immigration lawyer in San Francisco. The lawyer I met with was very […]
I Won! This blog was nominated for the Liebster Award! (Thanks Just Another WW – now go check out her blog.) The best part about being nominated is that you […]
Castro-Mission I live in the Castro-Mission neighborhood in San Francisco. To anyone familiar with the area, you immediately know what kind of neighbors I have. For those who don’t, here’s […]