Yesterday, I got a job. Next week, I take Driver's Ed. Next month, I turn sixteen. Throw in a few other things that have happened this week. I'm growing up, and quite frankly, it's terrifying. In my head, 2007 was still three years ago. My Chemical Romance is still a band. One Direction's hot new single … Continue reading Growing Up
Wow. This episode is well over an hour. Interview with Cory Champeon. This will piss off a lot of my friends, as it reveals the more conservative side of me. To clarify: I said gender is not a social construct, and I can't remember if I clarify it or not, but to explain, the gender binary … Continue reading GAYRHS – Episode 7 (Extended)
Barry Manilow officially came out today at the age of 73, and like most people, when I saw his name trending on Twitter, I assumed he died. Nope! I'm super happy for him that he has come out and reveals he's been with the same partner for 39 years. Ordinarily, when a celebrity comes out, … Continue reading No, You Didn’t Know They Were Queer.
A little video I made yesterday for Trans Day of Visibility. Shoddily edited, bad video camera, just word vomit, but still nice.
Originally aired on 3/30/17. Sorry if I pause randomly! I run out of breath super easily and it's weird. Remember you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, DM me on any social media, leave a comment here, or just ask me in person about any LGBT+ topic! Outline Current Events A bus fueled by hate is … Continue reading GAYRHS – Episode 6
Here's GAYRHS Episode 5! Be sure to listen live on Thursdays, 2-2:30 PM. Next week's episode is an important one, but for now, listen to my rambling. I actually ran out of content today because I talked way too fast. So I have the outline, but it's missing the last part of the episode. But … Continue reading GAYRHS – Episode 5
Can you believe it's been a year since I made the best pun of my life? I can't. First, I want to thank my parents, especially my dad, for fighting the insurance company to get me this surgery. Three appeals over the course of six months took patience I could only dream of. You guys worked so … Continue reading One Year Post Top Surgery
As I mentioned in my radio show, pronouns can be tricky. Especially non-binary* pronouns. So I'm making a quick guide on how to use these pronouns, correct misgendering mistakes, and why pronouns are so important to people. First, read this article by Merriam Webster explaining the singular they pronoun. I just want to start this … Continue reading A (Not So) Quick Guide to Pronouns
On February 23rd, I gave an impromptu speech at the rally for transgender students in PO Square in Boston. Here's the video:
Episode three is up! If you have an Edline account, remember to tune in on Thursdays at 2-2:30 to listen live! Disclaimer: The audio in this episode did not go through well. I did a rerecording of the episode, and hopefully soon I will be able to upload the original episode. Rerecording
When cis people tell me they understand my dysphoria because “everyone feels bad about their body” it takes all my strength not to go on a rant right there. But I have to remember cis people don’t understand what it’s like to have dysphoria. I understand that almost everyone feels uncomfortable with their body. You … Continue reading Dysphoria – Updated
In case you didn't know, President Trump rescinded federal protections for transgender students. Transgender student's basic rights will be left up to the states to decide. Which means, in one state I could use the men's room, and in another state, I'd either be forced to use the girl's room or a single stalled bathroom. … Continue reading Trans Students Rights & Bathroom Issues – Update