Deus Ex Machina by Sarah Isbell

Dehydrated androgyny soars high as ornate headdresses dance blithely among vividly obvious hues scattering bright orange romance infecting gender stereo doors with sprinkles of frivolous cues. A full house, three queens over two diamond jacks, painted by camera lens, as gender bends, away in android jones style gluttony - deus ex machina - breaking free of brains... Continue Reading →

We Used to be Tomboys:

I read too much where the author changed the pronoun but little else when they could embody the experience of being outside the gender expectations of our Western culture. That then is the motivation. What will follow is a series of posts/chapters to share what I found. There will be lists in places, academic articles, personal stories and more.

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