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International Women’s Day

[Below is something I posted on social media today. I’m sharing it here as is, unpolished (per my usual self-imposed blog standards), so more folks can easily find it and link to it if they want. Hopefully I will find … Continue reading

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Collision and Whiplash

I want to share with you, dear readers, some of my inner experience over the past month – an experience of lostness and self-imposed silencing. The day after my last post, an article highlighting trans men at Wellesley hit New … Continue reading

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Hey Feminism, Trans* People Exist!

I want my freedom to be boundless and expansive, not carved into a landscape of other oppressions. Last week when I watched a video of Emma Watson, Harry Potter star and also now the United Nations Women Goodwill Ambassador, addressing … Continue reading

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I Will Never Fit Into the Gender Binary

I went to a department store today to buy some button down shirts. When I looked around for fitting rooms, I saw some across the store by the women’s section. After a moment of looking around further and not seeing … Continue reading

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Hey Women’s Colleges! Trans* People Exist!

I am a male alum of Wellesley College, a women’s college. When I applied to and enrolled at Wellesley, I did not know I was male. I did not know the entire time I was enrolled, and even for a … Continue reading

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Growing in the Dark

As I have become increasingly focused on issues of equality over the past several months and years, I have also found it increasingly easy to become angry and upset. The amount of unfairness in this world is so monumental, that … Continue reading

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Pay Attention. Choose to Learn.

I want to talk about women and equality and I am so frustrated, I don’t even know where to begin. This is an issue that I have become increasingly focused on, not just as a woman in the world demanding … Continue reading

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