Screenshot of the Movement Advancement Project Equality Maps, showing the gender identity policy tally of U.S. states and territories. As of March 2022, 17 states have a negative tally and are shaded in red.
Today’s post on Medium, “The Attempted Genocide of Transgender Americans“, is in response to the continued attacks on trans people in U.S. legislatures.
Screenshot of a LinkedIn survey, with questions about gender and transgender identity.
Happy (almost) National Coming Out Day! New post on Medium: “Yes, Gender is a Fact“.
[Side by side bisexual and trans pride flags, overlapped with a question mark.]
Happy Celebrate Bisexuality Day! New post on Medium: “Does Bisexuality Exclude Trans People?“
[A marcher in the 2017 San Francisco Pride Parade holds a sign reading “Trans ♀ Are ♀” and “Trans Women Are My Sisters”.]
Today’s story on Medium is about Caitlyn Jenner’s opposition to trans girls competing in school sports alongside their cisgender classmates.
[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: 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.