Well folks, it’s time for me to disappear into my (sadly, only metaphorical) cabin. I have a lot more work to do on She’s Not the Man I Married, so I won’t be as ‘around’ as usual. (I also won’t… Continue Reading
Someone recently wrote to me to thank me for a piece I’d posted on the boards, so I thought I’d share it here for those of you who are not board readers: sometimes life is about understanding your own mythology,… Continue Reading
I think if transwomen are going to lay down the law about needing a _______ (a vagina, or breasts, or hormones) in order to be considered a woman, they damn well better be prepared for other kinds of women to… Continue Reading
Lisa Jackson was born in Fayetteville, Georgia, and her first venture into rock n roll was as a Christian rocker. But at the age of 21 she followed her star to New York, where she formed the Steve Friday band.… Continue Reading
As of tomorrow, Donna – one of our board regulars, and a friend – will have been living full-time for a year. She’s had more than her share of trials and tribulations, yet she has come through it with grace… Continue Reading
It’s come to my attention that people who use Premarin may not be aware that they are directly causing the slaughter of mares and fillies. I thought this information was well-known by now, but apparently not. Since Premarin is created… Continue Reading
I really love this one for not being so posed. That’s the edge of Michelle’s head in the lower right corner.
NCTE’s 52 Things You Can Do for Transgender Equality: #16 Hold a Pride Event in your community.
Much to my chagrin, Kiss of Athena discovered people were blogging against heteronormativity this past Saturday. Better late than never, I guess. You can read more about why at this blog, blac(k) academic.
Saturday night, Betty and I went to a birthday party for the President of NCTE that was also an NCTE fundraiser, and while we didn’t stay long, we did manage to find Michelle and Mara Keisling – and took them… Continue Reading
I’ve lost 8 lbs., and taken off 3.6″ since I started this plan on 3/19/06. Yay for me.
After much emailing, head-scratching, polling, and wondering, we finally have a title – and subtitle – for my new book. She’s Not the Man I Married: My Life with a Transgender Husband Alas, in my notes this book will always… Continue Reading
I had the extreme pleasure of taking our little fireball Aurora to the vet a couple of days ago, and honestly, if she had been a human child and I her mother I would have been terrifically embarrassed by her… Continue Reading
She’s doing a show about class tomorrow, Friday 4/21. I never thought I’d see a show about class on American television.
Since it’s already a couple of weeks into Wolfpit‘s short run, I thought I’d post a reminder that you should get tickets now! The remaining shows are: April 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29 at 8pm April 16, 23, 30… Continue Reading
So Betty & I both agree that Steve Miller Band is really fun music to listen to, and maybe the kind of music that people wouldn’t expect us to like. But we do, pretty regularly, & everytime we listen to… Continue Reading
The photo is of three Yale students, c. 1883, which I found courtesy of Staci’s blog, Passing Interest, where she notes that: A Yale dean ruled that no member of the Yale Dramatic Association could impersonate a female on stage… Continue Reading
NCTE’s 52 Things You Can Do for Transgender Equality: #16 Adopt a Highway.
At the IFGE was the second time recently that I was reminded that when talking about trans relationships, I had failed to mention trans-trans ones. (The first time was at my TransNYC presentation.) My apologies – I’ll try to get… Continue Reading