gender

One Year on T: On Non-Binary Sex & Transition

One Year on T is a 35+ page zine about being non-binary and the politics of passing, transitioning, and sex. The poems and essays within capture different stages of my transition, beginning with my coming out in 2015 and then focusing on my first year of hormone therapy. I open up about my experiences as a non-binary person with the medical system, dating, sex and desirability, taking hormones, transphobia, gatekeeping, gender expression, and more.

Coming Off of T: Transition as Cycle

At 50+ pages, Coming Off of T is the third and final installment of my zine series about transitioning with testosterone. In this one, things come full circle and I delve into the process of stopping hormone replacement therapy: the why, the how, the what, and the when. I am still non-binary. This is not a zine about detransitioning, but rather, going off of hormones and exploring my new relationship with my body and everything that entails.

1.5 Years on T: My Non-Binary Body, Transition & Ambivalence

1.5 Years on T is a 40+ page zine about transitioning as a non-binary person. It continues from where One Year on T left off. In it, I grapple with lots of questions and plenty of confusion, showing that my transition has been far from straightforward. I open up about my relationship with my body, navigating all-male spaces, gender expression, beauty standards, privilege, pronouns, next steps for my transition, and more.

Nourish 2

" I feel like this zine is full of speaking, because I need to, and because sometimes things aren't about "balance" and whatever, sometimes it is about purging and think and working through things somewhat violently and haphazardly and desperately. This is what I feel this zine is." Compilation zine.

Missing Women

"This poem is dedicated to the women who have gone missing from history and from their own lives."
"I began writing this poem is 2011 and I suspect I have not yet finished. It has been revised several times, most importantly to include the addition of the back half of the poem, where a handful of women and girls in Canada who died by suicide or murder are named. There are so many more whose names and stories we do not know."