Tag Archives: transman

Getting Some Facts Straight About Matt Rice and Thomas Beatie

I figured that one day I would get into some sort of protracted thread of comments with one of my blogs, but I didn’t expect it to happen so soon.  Well, now is as good as time as any I … Continue reading

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Why I Thank Thomas Beatie

According to Wikipedia, the most accurate source of information in the entire universe, there is a very short list of animals on this planet that have the remarkable capability for “male pregnancy”:  seahorses, pipefish, sea dragons (in the family Syngnathidea) and … Continue reading

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Escalating Doubts of Manhood

I thought I was in the Minneapolis airport the other day, but it turns out I was actually in Cincinnati.  I’d like to think it was an easy mistake to make.  I was tired.  And the two former Northwest terminals look … Continue reading

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Beards, Baldness and What’s in Your Pants

What do hair growth and hair loss have in common with genital growth? More than you might think. Continue reading

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Easter Nightmares Put to Rest

My mom is quite the seamstress.  I don’t think there is anything made of fabric that she can’t sew.  I’ve seen her sew, from scratch, sets of drapes, a tuxedo for my uncle, coats, dresses, and pretty much all of … Continue reading

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This Blog is Matt Kailey’s Fault

According to Wikipedia, the most accurate source of information in the entire universe, the term “weblog” was created by Jorn Barger on December 17th, 1997.  That word was cleverly split into  “we blog” by Peter Merholz in the spring of … Continue reading

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