This one’s for my siblings.

I’ve been thinking all day about what I wanted to say today. In some ways, TDOR was easier. There’s a framework there. There’s statistics to fall back on. There are other stories, so much more important than my own, to share. There are loved ones to...
On “Fairness:” (Trans) Women in Sports

On “Fairness:” (Trans) Women in Sports

Hey there beautiful people. This past weekend I had a really neat opportunity. I was invited to be a panelist at a conference for student trustees of the Ontario Public School Boards–so, y’know, a bunch of teenagers from high schools all across the...

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...