No jokes. No annoying self-referential openings. Just the truth.
It’s been a week now since my Underworks binder arrived, and I haven’t had a better week. Most of it was spent in anticipation of this very day, dreading the concept of continuing on the way that life was continuing on, and yet something strange happened. Nothing. Nothing bad, at least. Read More
In case you couldn’t tell, this post is going to be about hawt boyzz from my lofty transgender guy perspective. Hawt boyz. Cute guys. Smexy men. People who identify as male and are also attractive. You know- from a trans perspective. However unnecessary that perspective may be. Read More
My first binder arrived today, and I had a goddamn blast. It’s tight enough to make my chest entirely flat, it’s loose enough to not restrict breathing if you aren’t moving around endlessly, and it just looks amazing. But there are some things I think it’s important for guys to know before they start wearing binders. Read More
This is a reprise of a previous post with some more insight and some more terms! Now, with some definitions of common non-binary identities and how they’re usually used, though remember that everybody is different and thinks of it differently. All additions to previous definitions are in italics. With that, let’s start our second lesson. Read More
The one thing I’ve learned about girls since infiltrating their ranks as a young child is that girls like girls that like girls. This was very good for me growing up. Now, I’m obviously not speaking for all girls, but something strange happened that I realized only in hindsight when I came out as pan in a rather open Canadian elementary school. Nobody hated me. Read More
I am privy to all sorts of conversations about trans people in my school. Maybe they’re more common than I thought, or maybe I just attract them like moths to a flame. Either way, I found this conversation in particular interesting. Read More
It’s that time of year in the General Toronto Area again. That’s right. Pride Prom.
Prom for gay kids. This is my chance. Read More