Gender · Gender Roles and Sexism · HRT Adventures · Something Real

The Awkward In-Between

I’ve noticed myself try to be quieter as I’ve started becoming more visibly masculine. When people read me as male I feel like suddenly (in the feminist & progressive discourse spaces I inhabit) I no longer have a voice worth listening to. It’s difficult to balance the way feminist discourse at large tries to get… Continue reading The Awkward In-Between

Gender · Gender Roles and Sexism · KieryGeek

A Woman On The Internet

Yesterday I wrote about sexism and feminism and stuff on my kierygeek blog because it kinda relates to why I’ve been so silent on youtube. It’s occasionally weird having multiple spaces for things, especially when they cross over, I’ll write more personally, and in detail here eventually (likely soon), but below is an excerpt of… Continue reading A Woman On The Internet

Christianity · Gender · Gender Roles and Sexism · Healing and Awareness · Spiritual Abuse

Being a Girl is Just Better

I found our last two bibles in the closet the other day, one of which is KJV (of course). I spent this evening trying to do art with/deface it, and I got up to leviticus before getting bored/having it in my face started getting to me. It’s weird how triggering objects can be – bibles,… Continue reading Being a Girl is Just Better

Depression and Mental Health · Gender · Gender Roles and Sexism

trigger(ed by SCOTUS and Hobby Lobby): a semi-tipsy sad muse time

I feel like I just got punched in the stomach. Today is really triggering a lot of not-good feelings. I hate how having a body… this female-assigned body tends to affect my life and future.   I hate being reminded about how my body dictates or rather I hate how my body is dictated by… Continue reading trigger(ed by SCOTUS and Hobby Lobby): a semi-tipsy sad muse time

Gender · Gender Roles and Sexism · Healing and Awareness · Homeschooling

In which my genitals mean I don’t learn math or science

Alright, you have my attention. Anyone who can wield a soldering iron like that is worth some attention. […] — youtube commenter (comment since removed by author – creepy part, also removed…by me) I was denied physics because I was born female. I had been taught all my life leading up to that point that… Continue reading In which my genitals mean I don’t learn math or science