Job-Hunting While Queer

Let me start by saying that yeah, I know, nobody likes looking for a job. I just get to have even more fun than most people. Dear Hiring Manager, My name is Eliot W———, and I am a 23-year-old student — My name is Eliot W———-...

It’s Happening!?!

Readers! I wish I had something more interesting to say but I must confess that my brain has rather turned to soup today. I’m going! I’m actually going?! By a confluence of amazing forces I am going to the Trans History Conference in Victoria, BC. I leave...

Moving Trans History Forward

Hey there, beautiful people. I’ve got a really unique opportunity just barely within my reach here, but I need some help to get there. I think if you’ve read anything on this blog at all, it’s pretty apparent that I am very passionate about trans...

Shameless Self Promotion — and a teaser!

Hello beautiful people! This post is unfortunately not going to have much educational or entertaining content, but I’m hoping y’all will skim it anyway. Firstly, I do hope dearly that all my readers are having/had/will have lovely holidays, whatever you...

Transgender Week of Remembrance: Ashton O’Hara

His mother, Rebecca, said that he was so talented he could “turn a frog into a princess.” Quick Note: Ashton O’Hara was using masculine pronouns (he/him) at the time of his death. This does not negate his genderfluid identity. This last entry has me smiling...

Transgender Week of Remembrance: Bri(an) Golec

Author’s note: In researching for this post, I discovered there were some conflicting sources about Bri(an)’s preferred name and pronoun usage at the time of their death. To avoid deliberate misgendering, I will use neutral pronouns in an attempt to...