[Image: Self-portrait of the author, standing outside in the sun wearing a blue and white patterned headwrap, red and black eyeglasses with tinted lenses, purple cloth mask, purple hoodie, and blue T-shirt.]
Today’s story on Medium, “Trans Visibility Exposes Cis Fragility“, is about gender dysphoria and trans-antagonism.
[Image: Pax poses holding Ricky, a rooster, at PreetiRang Sanctuary. Pax is wearing a purple hoodie, tinted eyeglasses, and a faded black AIDS Walk San Francisco 2000 baseball cap. Photo by Ziggy, November 2016.]
Today’s story on Medium is “Resistance to Going Vegan: Excuses and Responses“.
[Image: Black and white line drawings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, two of many victims of anti-black racism and police violence in the United States. From the Justice For Our Lives portrait series by Oree Originol.]
Today’s post on Medium, “Don’t Defund, Dismantle“, is about radical action to end white supremacy.
[Image: Wearing my curly black long-haired wig and purple Trans March San Francisco T-shirt for Pride Month.]
Today’s post on Medium, “Menstruation Does Not Define Me“, is in support of trans women and in response to the latest trans-antagonistic tweets from Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling.
[Image: Selfie of Pax, wearing a black-and-white patterned head wrap, gray V-neck T-shirt, partly-rimless eyeglasses, and headset.]
Today’s post on Medium is about spending two months in lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Screenshot of a Zoom meeting of the Berkeley School Board. Originally posted in Berkeleyside.
Today’s post on Medium is about the disgusting practice of “Zoombombing” online meetings.
[Image: Entrance to St. Dominic’s Catholic Church, San Francisco.]
Today’s post on Medium is, as the title says, about gods, atheists, and comfort in crisis.
[Image: pattrice jones and Autumn at VINE Sanctuary.]
Today’s post on Medium discusses the Oscar acceptance speech of vegan actor Joaquin Phoenix.
[Image: Birth certificate amendment laws by U.S. state and territory. Screenshot from the Movement Advancement Project.]
Today’s post on Medium continues my thoughts about documenting name and gender changes.