A collection of 14 posts
A quickish guide to thinking and talking differently about gender.
A media psychology analysis of the video game Tell Me Why, exploring the importance and complexities of trans representation in the media through four concepts: media framing, defaultism, theory of mind, and prosocial influence.
I’ve been debating what to say for Trans Day of Visibility, because let's be honest, shit is rough for trans folks around the world right now.
Coming out can be terrifying. Here are some tips for supporting someone who has come out to you.
The experience of changing your legal name can feel daunting and overwhelming. Here is some info that might help make it easier.
While coming out can be terrifying and even dangerous, it’s really important that we acknowledge it’s also an incredibly important and powerful political act. A political act that is just as crucial today as it was for our queer and trans ancestors.
Here are 5 tips to help support non-binary people in your workplace, based on my own experience.
Not sure how you, a cis person, should be responding to the administration’s attacks on transgender folks this week? Here are some tips.
Two years ago I used today to publicly come out as queer, and one year ago I came out as trans & non-binary. And this year I’m here to tell you a not so secret fact: coming out never ends.
I’m not a woman, but I have experienced a lot of what women have experienced, and so especially today, I share their rage and pain.
These recommendations may change in the future, and while I have sought out advice from other trans / genderqueer / non-binary folks, please know that this is largely from my own experience and observations.
Do you want to be an ally to trans folks? Here's a place you can start: start demanding more of the spaces you inhabit, and particularly, demand more of the conferences you attend. Stop relying on trans folks to step in and do all of the work.
If I had been born a boy, my name would have been Ian.
I've written so many versions of this post. Short and long, happy and angry, personal and impersonal. I'm still not sure where to start when talking about this, honestly.