When you create a definition of transgender that relies on gatekeeping, the door is wide open for friendly fire.
"My favorite kind of person to love was someone I had to chase."
If asexual people can’t identify as queer, where should they go when they feel broken?
We need gender inclusivity when we're talking about menstruation.
I'm hoping the person who needs this will read it.
"Ugly" was the only word I had to describe my dysphoria, which meant it flew under the radar for a long time.
There are better ways for women to advocate for their rights – ways that do not further oppress people outside of the gender binary.