[Image: The left side of Pax’s face next to the words: Pax Ahimsa Gethen | queer • black • trans • vegan • atheist | blogger • photographer | gender & animal liberation | pronouns: they • them • their]
Since launching this web site six months ago, I have composed 103 blog entries. Here are the entries I consider to be most important on the topic of gender, regardless of how many hits or comments they received. For new visitors, reading these entries should give you good insights into my lived experience and philosophy.
If you read nothing else, please read “Don’t know much biology,” which I consider to be my single most important statement to date.
Agender fashion, or lack thereof
Explaining why gender expression is not the same thing as gender identity or sexual orientation.
On the bisexual vs pansexual debate, and defining my own sexual orientation.
Explaining my distinction between gender identity and sex identity (which I later came to understand as “subconscious sex“).
On breasts, nipples, and what constitutes a “male body.”
On biological essentialism in dialogue about gender and sex. My most important blog entry to date.
On transmisogyny, trans-exclusionary radical feminism, and transmasculine intrusion into women’s spaces.
On the necessity of safe and equal restroom access for trans people. (Currently one of my most popular stories on Medium.)
On the need to include non-binary gender identities on forms. See also: Follow-up articles on MTV and Wikipedia. Wikimedia has also now added an “Other” gender option to their annual survey.
Thanks to my readers for learning about gender with me this year. Next up, I’ll post about my most important entries on the topics of veganism and animal rights.
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