Hello, sweeties! New videos are on their way, and this site will be undergoing a gradual redesign. Some changes have already made their way to your lovely eyeballs, but I’m neither a web developer nor a graphic designer, so I’ll be enlisting some help as time goes by when I can afford it. COVID gonna’ COVID where that’s concerned.
In the meantime, feel free to watch some videos I made when I was still walking around as a fictitious dead man.
In this video, Jolene explains her evolving gender identity, what socially transitioning – gender-wise – can change, and goes into where she’s been, which touches on the topic of why creators create, and what could make some of us stop.
Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria isn’t real. There is, however, a condition that definitely exists that takes hold once you’ve been shown what it’s like to live as your authentic self and have to go back to not doing so shortly thereafter. Here’s my imprecise explanation of what I’m calling rapid onset gender chafing.
Jo and Tamsin talk about Star Trek: The Next Generation’s The Outcast. 1992’s decisive answer to the often unquestioned excuse of “well, this media is more than twenty years old. Of course it was terrible about queer people.”
Star Trek dealt with trans stuff, and we made an episode about it.