[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.
[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.
[Image: Screenshot from the California DMV identification card application. The text reads “What is your sex?” with the options of “Female”, “Male”, and “Nonbinary”, and explanatory text about changing gender categories.]
Today’s post on Medium is about non-binary gender options on identification documents.
[Image: “Second gender reveal explosion in two days”. Screenshot from KCCI, Des Moines, Iowa.]
Today’s post on Medium is about a disturbing trend in explosive gender reveal parties.
[Image: Name tags with a variety of pronouns in a variety of colors, from Non-Newtonian Gender Fluid.]
Today’s post on Medium is just what the title implies: “Promoting Broad Disclosure of Pronouns“.
[Image: Selfie of Pax with black hat, white tank top, and purple cape]
Today’s post on Medium, “Trans Heat Wave Diary“, is about surviving hot weather while suffering from gender dysphoria.
[Image: A marcher in the 2010 San Francisco Pride Parade wears a sign reading “I Love People Not Their Plumbing”.]
Today’s post on Medium, “Queer Attraction“, is about sexual orientation and attraction outside of the gender binary.
Please check out this video I made to promote my upcoming Lesbian/Gay Chorus of San Francisco concert, “OUT in the Streets” (May 31 at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music; get tickets here). Also features my other chorus, New Voices Bay Area, hosted by the Community Music Center specifically for transgender, intersex, and genderqueer singers. Detailed photo credits, transcript, and more info available on the LGCSF blog.