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Gender Confirming Gender
Getting Nothing for That Deal
Who Should STFU?
On Regret
Body Words from the Past
On Transsexual Metaphors
We, The Transsexuals
You: A Transsexual Love Story
Sincerely, Your Transgender Friend
Wonderful, Radical Transsexual Acceptance
A Minimalist Guide to Gender - Transgender or Otherwise
No One Talks About Murder Like They Talk About Transsexual Genitalia
Call Me Enraged: Simplistic Transsexual Metaphors
Be Daring: Love the Body You Have, Not the One You Want
Off-Kilter Transsexuality: The Barrel of a Gun
A Beautiful Form of Politeness
What’s Up With Cisgender Anyway?
Transsexual Man Becomes the Subject of His Life
An Improved and Unusual Transsexual Origin Metaphor
Transgender People: Your Unconditional Right to Creativity
In a Weird Way, Gender-Neutral Bathrooms Might Not be Neutral
Huge Gift for Transsexuals: Love
The Value of Unsurpassed Transgender Self-Love
A Perspective on Transgender Memoir: Where to Start?
The Bottom Line on Disclosing Our Transgender Histories
Strange Bathroom Logic of Transgender Opponents
The Secret to What is Underneath (Transphobic) Shame
Radical Acceptance: My Wonderful Transsexual Body
Why I Might Not Tell You I’m Transsexual
Simplistic Transsexual Transition Metaphors
Breakthrough, Beautiful Transsexual Transition Metaphors
Our Monumental Desire for the Binary Gender System
If You’re Transgender, Are You Unnatural?
A Fascinating Truth About Privilege
Buddha Lives in Versailles & Dog Dung
The Viewfinder
A Confederate Flag Flew from a Northern House
A FtM in a Pink-Ruffled Shirt Drives Into a Truck Stop
Narcissism, Humility and Juiciness
Are You a Book Marker?
InTouch Magazine is OutofTouch, and So Are We
The Right to Cause Offense
Racial Sadist or Father of American Gynecology
Read Better, Write Better
The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows
Open City, by Teju Cole
The Forever Internet and Our Digital Identities
Limits and Having a Thing for the Blue Suit
Transgender Memoir: The Ever-Present Memory
Masculinity and the Feminism of Simplicity, Part Two
Masculinity and the Feminism of Simplicty, Part One
Fiction Friday: Rubyfruit Jungle
Transsexual stories: You can’t have a hysterectomy!
Trans Publishing
A Transsexual Man Dresses Himself
Sex and Chronic Illness
There is No Try
Manners: Those Pesky Pronouns
Memory and Imagination in Memoir
A Day of Rest and Thanks
Fun Friday - ?
Me and the Rain
I Used to Give Up
The Immorality of Messiness
Washing by Hand and Other Vacation Adventures
Why Not Wash the House by Hand
First Summer Pie
The Plague of Plagiarism
Cleaning Windows
On Rejection and Moby-Dick, Expanded
Gratitudes: Paella With Friends
Radical Acceptance: The Universe is in Us
Gratitudes: The Value of Waiting
If It Weren’t For the Last Minute
Who Owns Social Justice?
What’s My Gender, Again? Part Two
Setting My Own Style Agenda
I Suppose I am a Grown-Up Man, Now
Giving Up Coffee, Almost
What’s Underneath
Everyone Was a Child Once
How Can I Make Today the Best Day of My Life?
My first year in transition
The Art of Doing Nothing
The Aim of Life
Dreams of a Life
Time and Money Equals Why I Won’t Buy a $30,000 Car
Today We Recycled the New Telephone Book
It’s My Job to Pick Up the Trash
Random Acts of Kindness in a Pink, Ruffled Shirt
Naps are Fantastic
On Disorganization, or When Things Get Away From Us
Casey Legler - A Female Male Model
Uncleared Curb Cuts
The Gym Terrified Me
Parker Mill County Park
Writing Historical Memory and Responsibility
Who Decides Who is Trans?
Gender Paradox, An Excerpt, Part 4
Gender Paradox: A Life, An Excerpt, Part 3
Gender Paradox: A Life, An Excerpt, Part 2
Gender Paradox: A Life, an Excerpt, Part 1
Gratitude as a Political Practice
Our New Kitteh: Moxie
Lessons Learned From a Bucket
Rosanne Cash
The R-Word
Preparation Equals Safety
The Day My Gender Failed
Ypsilanti: A Winter’s Sunday Squash
Radical Acceptance: Our Time Here on Earth
Ypsilanti: CBC Radio 2
Gratitudes: For Ms. H.
Intentional Practice: What Roads Uplanned Await You?
Little Somethings: There is No Age Limit for Riding
Gratitudes: I’m an Idiot Some of the Time
Transition is Hard
No Hope, No Fear: On Radical Acceptance
On Radical Acceptance: We Waste our Existence
Growing is Forever, and Thank the Goddess for That
Radical Acceptance: The Worst Betrayal
Gratitudes: Snow Storming, Julie London and Perfidia
Intentional Practice: Regret Analysis
Ypsilanti: Archictectural Ruins at Gault Village Shopping Center
Novel Writing: Completion
Novel Writing: Hard Focus
Intentional Practice: Constrained Choices, or The Work Uniform
Novel Writing: The Novel Outline
Radical Acceptance: With the Power Out, A Pencil Is In
Radical Acceptance: What to Do When the Me That I Was Isn’t the Me I Am, Anymore, or Regeneration
Intentional Practice: Personal Guidelines
International Practice: Large Cash Purchases and Final Choices
Radical Acceptance: My Fear of Hunger
Gratitudes: Confessions of a Feminist Nutritionist
Gratitudes: A Glorious Fall Day
Why I Write
Radical Acceptance: My Work - Novel Writing
Bad Weather is Bad Preparation
Web Realignment: Then and Now
Web Realignment: (re)Writing My About Page, a Stub, Part 2
Intentional Practice: Goodbye to All That iPhone Email
Web Realignment: Feeling Naked or the Beginner’s Mind
Web Realignment: (re)Writing My About Page, a Stub
Radical Acceptance: Being Here Now, The Hater Edition
Gratitudes: F.R.
Catalogues: Assets
Death is Very Likely the Single Best Invention of Life
A Transsexual Death
Gratitudes: Ms. H.
Little Somethings: The Lost Kingdoms of Africa
Gratitudes: Hugh McLeod
Website Realignment: What the Heck are These Transgender Cartoons Doing in my Life, Part 2
Website Realignment: What the Heck are these Transgender Cartoons Doing in my Life?, Part 1
Radical Acceptance: Clothing
Creativity: My First Story Book
Intentional Practice: Nothing to Say About Anything
Gratitudes: Writing Everyday
Early Morning Ritual
If You Accept Death, Fear Disappears
Radical Acceptance: Embrace Actions Not Expectations
My Eulogy
Making Myself Irrelevant
On Excavating My Own Heart
The Odds of Being Human, On Gratitude
This Breath, or Why Change is Hard
Finding Peace Within
On Saying Nothing
Managing the Irrelevant
The FtM Thinks He Can Buy His Masculinity
Do You Make This Mistake as an FtM?
Visit the Doctor Like a World-Class Trannie
An FtM’s Dilemma
Side Effects Include: Enhanced White Privilege
You Know Your Wife is Devoted When…
Where’s the Privilege?
Too Small
Self-Publishing - Part 3