Tag Archives: trigender

Entry 571: But Which Bathroom Should They Use?

On numerous occasions, I’ve devoted blog posts to issues related to all the various genders that have popped up in recent years.* When I was a kid, we only knew about three types of humans: men, women, and stooges. But … Continue reading

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Entry 543: Who Do They Think They Is?

The April 3 edition of the Sunday Times Magazine covered a subject that is near and dear to my heart: pronouns. I am particularly sensitive to this hot issue because I happen to be married to a pronounally-impaired person. Some … Continue reading

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Entry 393: Have You Declared a Gender?

A while back, I did a post about how tortured the English language has become due to its lack of gender-neutral pronouns. The bit of research I did for that post led me to discover that there are many more … Continue reading

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Entry 261: Bi/Tri/Pan/Non/Other/Fluid Pride Parade

Well, late June and early July were certainly exciting times for anyone in the non-straight community. First there were those landmark Supreme Court decisions concerning same-sex marriage. Then Gay Pride Day. And, finally, Independence Day, a celebration of our freedom, … Continue reading

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