Monthly Archives: February 2014

Singular They: On Judaism, Tumtum, and Inhabiting a Genderqueer Identity

Those that know me in almost any capacity nowadays know and understand that my gender is a confusing topic full of twists and turns and quite a lot of anger at┬ácisgender┬ápeople. I was raised male, using he, him, his pronouns, … Continue reading

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Diary of an Introvert – Episode Eight

What is the measure of connection? Right now, laying in my bed alone in my hotel room, keys clacking mercilessly on my laptop as I try to get every last thought out of my head that has built up from … Continue reading

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I’m spending the weekend at one of the most awesome conferences in my area. Technically, a regional conference, the Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender and Ally College Conference actually functions on a national level with representation from almost every state … Continue reading

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