‘They’ Series: For Kids and Teens

This 'They' series entry is meant for teaching the kids in the lives of Nonbinary folks! This is for children, siblings, cousins, and friends! Let's start with the basics:  In school, we learn about boy and girl, men and women. We learn that we are assigned one of these categories at birth based on our... Continue Reading →

“They” Series: Friends

Continuing my Series of the singular pronoun "They", I'd like to turn the conversation to friends! The Context: You are a nonbinary person's best friend. Maybe you've known them your whole life, or two years. Maybe you're their peer in a college class, a coworker at their occupation, or just an acquaintance that wants to... Continue Reading →

GenderFluid .vs. GenderFlux

A few months ago I came across the term Genderflux and realized that while I've been identifying with a Genderfluid Nonbinary Identity, Genderflux actually makes more sense to how I feel. What's the difference? Good Question. Genderfluid is a term under the Nonbinary umbrella that typically** means that one's identity is fluid like water, that... Continue Reading →

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