[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.
[Image: Pax Ahimsa Gethen header image]
Today’s post on Medium, “Deadnaming and Reclaiming“, is about the importance of honoring the chosen names of trans people.
[Image: Close-up of Pax’s eyes.]
Today’s post on Medium, “Eyeballs Have No Gender“, is about a recent medical issue I experienced, and the need for trans-affirming medical care.
[Image: Singer-songwriter Be Steadwell performs at a black queer and trans event in Oakland, December 2016.]
Today’s post on Medium, “Ally is a Verb“, is about the need for straight cisgender allies to center queer and trans people.
[Image: Self-portraits of Pax after one month vs five years on testosterone.]
Today’s post on Medium, “T+5“, summarizes the changes I’ve experienced in five years of testosterone therapy.
[Image: Black trans activists Joshua Allen and CeCe McDonald speak in front of a screen reading “black excellence tour”.]
Today’s post on Medium, “My Gender Is Not Binary, and Neither Are My Politics“, concerns progressives, vote-shaming, and binary thinking.
[Image: Shawn Demmons and Jenna Rapues speak at the San Francisco Trans Day of Visibility celebration, March 2018.]
Today’s post on Medium, “Transmasculine musings in the #MeToo era“, is about how transgender and cisgender targets of sexual abuse and harassment can acknowledge and support each other.
[Image: Pax as a toddler in 1971, holding their Ernie puppet.]
Today’s post on Medium, “Of puppets, headcanons, and gay agendas“, explores the controversy over whether or not Ernie and Bert from Sesame Street are a gay couple.