It’s time. It’s time to actively invest in creating a world where we are allowed to be perfectly imperfect, because to be perfectly imperfect is to be human.
There’s a trend going around where people are posting a picture of themselves from 2012 next to a picture of themselves from this year, 2022. So, I thought it’d be a fun reflection if I did this challenge today, on my birthday. So much growth has taken place these last 10 years.
This is life with Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome.
The new year has a lot in store for us, so here are some details of what I am bringing to the public in the coming months! Featuring: Queer Grief, A Workshop and a Polyamory Panel Series.
Thanks for still being here. I look forward to being in community with you in this new year.
Image description: a book is laid out so that the pages are fanned out, with two pages folding into each other in the middle to form the shape of a heart. Hey friends, I’m so excited to bring you this collaborative list of non-fiction books by LGBTQIA+ community members. It’s easier now to find works […]
Gender is like a non-Newtonian fluid. Read on to find out why…
If you find yourself having a nihilism attack, or dissociating in general, know that 1) you are not alone and 2) there are ways you can help yourself find your way back.
I long for a new world, and I believe that compassion is the key. Read about my intentions for this blog and where I see things leading to.
Let’s talk appropriating vs. activating trans identity and what that might mean for a nonbinary person.
When I say I am autigender nonbinary, I mean I cannot see the world without my autism’s influence, including perceiving and understanding how I am nonbinary.
Calling a deadname a deadname is NOT reflective of a trans individual’s relationship with others, but with themselves. Period.
This is a breakdown of how gender terminology can crossover and stay separate relating to nonbinary and transgender identities.
My commentary on High vs. Low Functioning Labels for Autism, Part 1.
The problem with the “high functioning” vs “low functioning” autism label, and why you should stop using it.
Pride Month is on its way! In honor of the Stonewall Uprising in 1970, we celebrate the queer community and take pride in our identities throughout the month of June. Last night I entered the contest “Color is Pride: True Colors” through vocal.media. The prompt: “. . .express your pride in the diverse, amazing pieces […]
Read here about what Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome is, and have a small slice of what life is like living with it.
Being nonbinary means everything to me. I feel like I’m finally home—like I’ve been lost in the woods my whole life, and then was magically found, given a bath, and now I can finally start living out what was supposed to be my original journey. It feels like a realignment to my truest self.
An autistic perspective on change and compassion, along with a short list on how to help someone in crisis (towards the end).