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On becoming a man: Transgender in the workplace

“I’m not a boy, but I’m going to be one,” Chris Edwards defiantly told his grandmother at age 5, when she asked “the girls,” including Chris, to come to dinner. 988 more words

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I am starting to feel better and will hopefully get some new posts up soon. Since it is back-to-school season, I may start off with some pieces of advice for my friends who are starting a new year in college.

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I am feeling ill. I will be taking some time off of writing here while I focus on keeping meals within my stomach.

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​I am tired of limiting my word count; I will switch to an exercise called 7-Sentence Story. Once I am weary of this limitation, I will likely write with complete freedom. 22 more words

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Hello World (Again!)

And I decided to start writing (again)!

The other day Pavi proved that I’m highly (or as she dramatically put it, “very very highly”) impulsive with her crazy line-circle-painting practical test. 146 more words

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Thumiger on Film "Seishin" (Mental) by Kazuhiro Soda

Historian of medicine Chiara Thumiger has just posted an essay on director Kazuhiro Soda’s 2008 film Seishin (Mental). As she describes it:

That of Sugano is just one of the human stories narrated by the film “Seishin” (“Mental”), by Kazuhiro Soda, an unforgettable documentary (if often hard to watch) about mental health and mental suffering in the context of a small clinical community, with its efforts and hard work, its struggles with the bureaucracy and with budgeting, and its daily routine.

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I will be writing short stories and adding to my final word count by 5 each time I switch word counts (e.g. I will write 5-word stories for a while, and then move on to 10-word stories). 23 more words

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