I am trans enough. This is what #TransLooksLike.
Nicole Arbour’s Video Didn’t Motivate Me to Be Healthy – But Body Positivity Did
When I gained weight, I was convinced that it was the end of my self-esteem – I had no idea that it was actually the beginning of an unconditional love for myself.
Guest Post: The Softer Side of Catcalling
It wasn’t some creepy dude in a white van; it was my kindergarten art teacher.
Why We Should Think Twice Before Idealizing Ruby Rose
Our idealization of Ruby Rose represents a larger problem in popular culture – the very limited portrayals of androgyny.
Fat by Choice: Happy (and Healthy!) At the Intersections of Size and Mental Health
Almost two years ago now, I began taking a medication with the hope that I could finally manage the aggressive…
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8 Things Non-Binary People Need to Know
Coming out as genderqueer and non-binary was this big, beautiful, scary thing for me. I didn’t know what exactly I…
I Am Queer, I Am Non-Binary, and I Don’t Know What it Means to Feel Safe
From the moment I stepped onto the bus, there was something about me that didn’t sit right with you. You…
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I Take “Crazy Pills” and I Am Not Ashamed
[The illustration features a place mat with an array of breakfast foods and coffee. A pair of arms rests on…
The Elephant in the Room: Your Questions About My Gender and Transition, Answered
[The photo features the author, Sam Dylan Finch, standing near a lake. He is a white, androgynous person with dark-rimmed…
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More than Just Ink: How Tattoos Were a Vital Part of My Gender Transition
[The image features an androgynous person with light brown skin, flexing their bicep in a powerful pose. Their body has…
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