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What’s My Gender Again, Part 3

I believe the last two days of ponderings may be summed up after the jump.

man with a vagina

I suppose we reveals things to ourselves when we are ready, and, for the record, I don’t regret anything. Yet there is something empowering about naming things as they are true for us at any given time. At this point in my life, it seems important to me to live in my body in this way.

Today the male/female checkboxes would be answered with a simple, yes.”

Up next What’s My Gender, Again? Part Two What’s my gender, again? received a great comment (please read the initial comment and my response, then come back here!), which set me to thinking Who Owns Social Justice? I’ve come to believe that the Left in the U.S. believes it owns the term social justice. All social justice work has come to mean work that is
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