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I am shocked and saddened to have learned of the death of trans activist, author and teacher, Matt Kailey, who passed away from heart failure in his sleep over the weekend. Matt was tireless in his work for our community. With humor, … Continue reading
Body dysphoria. The incongruity between what the brain expects the body to be versus how the body is actually configured. For trans people, this can (but doesn’t always) include varying degrees, permutations and combinations of feelings and discomfort around the … Continue reading
When a Hysterectomy is Only a Hysterectomy. Notes from the Philadelphia Trans Health Conference – Part 3.
I learned something at the Philadelphia Trans Health Conference that made me sit up and take notice. Well, it’s not that I didn’t sit up and take notice of anything else, but this particular tidbit is worth repeating. I don’t remember who it was – … Continue reading
When I first entered the trans community, I heard a story about a medically transitioned trans guy who had to pretend to be his former female self when he went to visit his elderly father. I don’t remember the details … Continue reading
The evening of June 17, 2008, the Boston Celtics were up three games to two going into Game 6 of the NBA playoff finals against the Los Angeles Lakers. In a power-house of a match-up that was reminiscent of their … Continue reading
Back in May, I wrote about a visit to the dentist’s office where my coming out six months prior resulted in my being on display like a monkey in the zoo. Little did I know that I would encounter similar experiences this summer in … Continue reading
June is a month of significant dates in Iceland. Just a couple days ago, June 17th, was Iceland’s Independence Day, with the United States being the first country to recognize Iceland’s independence from Denmark in 1944. June 11th marked the one-year … Continue reading
On Saturday, I attended my third Boston Pride. The weather was awful – cold, windy at times with intermittent downpours. But the bad weather didn’t seem to dampen people’s spirits. This was only my third Boston Pride and only the … Continue reading
I’ve been working on a new blog post, but today, my mind is being drawn to the past. Some of those old feelings of Easter dread are bobbing up to the surface just enough to get a little bit of … Continue reading