This is a short film from Sweden, and is available via Kanopy (check with your local library to see if you get free access to the collection). Note: This is not the 2022 film from Matt Walsh. There are spoilers in this post. In fact, the post is one giant spoiler. That said, even if... Continue Reading →
Q: How does one explain gender dysphoria to cisgender people when they don’t understand?
For those who have never experienced it, no description will ever suffice. For those who have experienced it, no description is needed.
In May, reader Lois Lane accepted my invitation to ask questions and gave me three good ones. I promised to answer them, but life got a little complicated for me for a while and I haven't answered them... until now.
Checking in: 6 months
I've been actively writing this blog for around 6 months, and am closing in on the one-year anniversary of my coming-out to myself. I thought this would be a good time to check in and see how things have progressed.
…worth a thousand words.
Over the past year, I've come across a number of images which, for one reason or another, stuck a chord with me, so I collected them. I'm sharing some of them with you.
...it's a sense that I will never fit in to either of the binary genders in a way that allows me to feel I am expressing my true self, and at the same time, be affirmed and accepted as that gender.
5 stages of grief
You are probably familiar with the 5 Stages of Grief. It occurred to me early on in my realization of my gender that I'm working through these stages as well.