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Me, my gender, and the "Am I REALLY trans?" question

I wonder how many gender abolitionists are actually agender and are generalizing their lack of strong gender identification as the default mode of being. I will admit that when I was a young teen, I had believed that my lack of strong gender feelings meant I was “enlightened” as to the “true nature” of gender.  746 more words

My Surgeon Is Awesome

I met with the surgeon today. He’s a gynecological oncologist working at a big hospital complex, so he’s a very busy guy with all sorts of patients needing all sorts of treatment options. 338 more words

Once More With Feeling

I’ve started reading Understanding Asexuality (late to the game, I know, but it’s been part of a recent effort to be at the computer less and at the library more). 940 more words

It's Not the Content of Your Character, It's What's In Your Pants

I see this primitive form of thinking in more than a few occult circles.  It never ceases to amaze me how the shape and structure of one’s genitals is the ultimate determining factor in judging one’s ability to do a thing, or witness a thing, for example.  285 more words

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Griffin's Wings

So, I’ve decided to take up blogging again.  It’s been years since I’ve done so, and there are times when I am not always consistent.  When life happens, I’m off on the wing, too focused on what is occurring to think about documenting it later.  432 more words

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