Monthly Archives: April 2013

Book Report #1: Chris Anderson’s Makers

As much time as I spend writing about my anxiety and gender transition, the larger goal of this blog is to write about how I’m changing my life in general. One aspect of this is reading more often. I didn’t … Continue reading

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Fallon Fox and the Politics of Acceptance

This morning, a Facebook post by someone I knew In high school appeared in my timeline. Screenshot here This is the second time a post saying the same thing has appeared. The first was from someone who served on the … Continue reading

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Is It Me?

I’m typing this on my iPod in a corner of the Pepsi Center while utilizing an electrical outlet to charge my iPhone during halftime at the Colorado Mammoth’s last home game. I can see my roommates across the way talking … Continue reading

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Is It Me?

I’m typing this on my iPod in a corner of the Pepsi Center while utilizing an electrical outlet to charge my iPhone during halftime at the Colorado Mammoth’s last home game. I can see my roommates across the way talking … Continue reading

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Going Back To the Old Neighborhood

It’s more than a little weird being back up in North Thornton. This was where I spent so many years in hiding. Now, I find myself back in familiar, yet unfamiliar surroundings that remind me where I was and how … Continue reading

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Easter 2013

I knew how this would go down. I’ve had enough time and plenty of examples over the last three years to show me how much my life has changed since I came out to my family. But, it still stings. … Continue reading

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