There are better ways for women to advocate for their rights – ways that do not further oppress people outside of the gender binary.
Why is the "I" not a "next step" in mainstream conversations?
So if you didn’t know, I got married last Saturday! Hooray! It was magical, and queer, and everything I had hoped it would be. (And if you somehow missed the momentous announcement, this is a great opportunity to like our Facebook page so you’ll never miss another update like this again. Harhar.) As someone who [...]
Self-help articles are great. In this day and age, the internet is one of the largest sources of self-help content -- and as someone who loves to uplift others and be uplifted, this is a genre that I have a strong affinity for. But I’ve noticed this really unfortunate trend as of late – namely, [...]
I know, I know, it's Friday! Whoa, Sam, what is this about? Yes, I don't usually blog on Fridays, as you may know. But something came up, and I wanted to address it. After yesterday’s entry discussing my experiences as a transgender university student, I received a number of tweets, emails, and comments that called into [...]
Artist Chara Bui has created an animated version of the article, "Amanda Bynes, Robin Williams, and the Spectacle of Mental Illness." We are so excited to share it with all of you! Check it out: Like, share, and give Chara some love in the comments!
I knew I was in trouble when my first letter from my dream school addressed me by the wrong name. Frantic, I called the college, explaining that I was transgender, and informing them of my chosen name and pronouns. The person on the phone apologized profusely, said they would update their records, promised to fix [...]