Tag Archives: genderqueer

Body Temple/Body Dysphoria

I decided early that the social messages we receive about our bodies are bullshit. At eleven, I was furious at the world that sent my best friend on a series of diets urged on by her mother. At thirteen, I … Continue reading

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Probably the most complicated questions about how to behave in my life revolve around other people’s children. I generally have compatible ethics with my friends, so I can manage teaching moments and reprimands without too much tension there. But my … Continue reading

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Beautifully Genderqueer

Beauty is a loaded word for me sometimes.

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Joy in the Queering

I suppose some might call it mischief rather than joy. I got my first buzzcut because all the baby dykes were doing it and I liked the visible difference. In a fairly homophobic highschool, it was a not-so-subtle, “I am … Continue reading

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Call Me Ze

As members of CAYA (Come As You Are) Coven http://www.cayacoven.org many of us are participating in Blog Action Day, each with our own perspective, experience, & approach, much as we approach our various spiritual practices. We hold each of our … Continue reading

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