Yeah, so I’m cisgender, which means that a doctor looked at my new-born bits and said, “It’s a girl,” and when I grew up I said, “Good guess, Doc.” I’m also heterosexual, which means I am romantically and sexually attracted to men. Right, so we got those boring details about me out of the way. … More I’m cishet and I write queer characters, but not without help.
When I was in school and even early on in my career as a technical writer, using they as a singular pronoun meant being tied to the rack or put in the stocks until you chose he or she instead. As a result, my brain was conditioned to think in a horribly binary way. Many … More Using ‘they’ as a singular pronoun
Because June triggers off Pride month in many places, I’m feeling sentimental and huggy towards my friends today. I even dedicated my spiritual blog entry, Love like Jesus in Got Grace, yet?, to my friends who identify as L, G, B, and/or T. My upcoming book, Life in the ‘Cosm, is a complete work of fantasy fiction, with … More A Love Note to My Friends