Monthly Archives: June 2013

Watching A Car Accident, In Slow Motion

I’ve always been a fan of those Public Service Announcement, warning drivers not to drink and drive or text and drive.  The best ones are from the UK, with slow motion photography to make it clear just how devastating those split-second decisions … Continue reading

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Michigan

Michigan by Hermaphrodyke Most people outside of the US, if you ask them about Michigan they’ll come up with Detroit and the birth of the mechanised motor industry, perhaps the The Great Lakes and at a stretch Kid Rock. What … Continue reading

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Made This Way

I have hairs growing on my chin that my girlfriend threatens to pluck when I am not paying attention.  Apparently, these stray hairs bother her.  They also bother my mother, because “women aren’t supposed to have beards.” And yet, I … Continue reading

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Weighing in on MichFest

What I would say to a trans*sister, whoever you are: I first went to MichFest in 2002, and it was wonderful and amazing. When I left, my feet stood on the earth more solidly, and my gaze was level. When … Continue reading

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A Woman with Turners Syndrome Discusses Feminism and Gender

By June42. You can read more of her on her blog. I have recently started getting involved with a radical feminist group, something I have been intending to do for a couple of years. Part of why I have wanted to … Continue reading

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We Are All Non-Gendered

One of the reasons I am very public with my contact information (410-336-9857) is because people (Men AND Women) need room and space to realize that their queer theory views on gender are actually conservative and anti-woman. Many people who … Continue reading

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Oh Pinocchio

Pinocchio wanted to be a real boy. When I was a little girl, I really related to this. I wanted to be a real boy too. Let me back up. This is my Gender Journey, as memory and patience allow. 

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