Monthly Archives: March 2016

Transgender Awareness Day

For those of you who didn’t know, today is Transgender Awareness Day! Different days mean different things to different people. For some, today is just another day. For others, however, today is an important day. For me, today¬†holds a sort … Continue reading

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What Does Genderqueer Mean?

This week for Terminology Tuesday I’m going to discuss what genderqueer means. Genderqueer is one of the umbrella terms for identities on the gender spectrum. It encompasses any non-cisgender identity, including transgender identities (transgender can also be an umbrella term).  If … Continue reading

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Why Are Pronouns Important?

We know what pronouns are, but why talk about them? Why learn about what they are? Pronouns are an essential part of language. We add them to our sentences so instinctually, reading a passage without them is rather¬†annoying. As earlier … Continue reading

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What Does Going Stealth Mean?

This week’s Terminology Tuesday is going to explain what it means to be going stealth. Going stealth is a term in the trans* community used to describe passing as a gender identity which doesn’t align with your biological sex to the … Continue reading

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