Reading List

Wednesday Reading List: August 6, 2014

This week’s Wednesday Reading List selections bring a few additional viewpoints to the recent New Yorker feature written by Michelle Goldberg.

Aoife – The Goldberg Variations: Trans Exclusion and Old School Dialectic

Goldberg gives legitimacy to debate validity. Not to be outdone the accused plagiarist and apologist for Israel Margaret Wente — Canada’s smash […]

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Wednesday Reading List: July 30, 2014

Aoife – America’s Got Abjection: The Trans Subject as Sacrifice, from Stage to Street

This morning, Michelle Goldberg and the New Yorker give a license to elitist bigotry in which trans women — whom Janice Raymond argued should be morally mandated out of all existence — are the abject problem preventing balance and […]

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Wednesday Reading List: July 23, 2014

There are a lot of must-read pieces this week on the Wednesday reading list. Fallon Fox discusses ignorance and bigotry faced by trans athletes at TransGriot, Rebecca Juro and Roz Kaveney contribute pieces to The Advocate, Julia Serano talks Halberstam, and Jenny Boylan pops up over at Huffington Post and the New York Times.

Fallon Fox […]

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Wednesday Reading List: July 16, 2014

Admittedly, I got a little backlogged, and I’d forgotten about my reading list posts. Sorry about that.  Basically, my goal here is to highlight some of the best writing from trans women all over the internet. Enjoy!

Aoife – Trig Reciprocal Functions: I’m a Trans Woman Adjunct Prof and I Use Trigger Warnings

Having lived […]

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Wednesday Reading List: Jan. 29, 2014

Papier Hache – Transgender Pathologization – Kat Haché


It doesn’t matter to these people and to our society that the actual “reality” of the situation (one that transgender people know quite well and have faced on a deeper level than these […]

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