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A podcast about Gender, Identity, Orientation, and all the life that happens between them.
A podcast about Gender, Identity, Orientation, and all the life that happens between them.

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Friendly reminder: respect the stealth. Don't ever out anyone, by gender, orientation, or online presence.

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While completing his daily summer assignments in a tutoring workbook, Child#2 kept pausing to roll off his seat and lay on the ground, or flail his arms or body in his seat, or make dinosaur noises, or complain that the work was hard. Jess would periodically remind him that when he was done, he could go play with his friends. “It’s 10:30 now.”

“NOOO!!”

After another page of work that took about five minutes of total effort, interspersed with fifty-five minutes of flailing, rolling, and whining, “It’s 11:30 now.”

“NO! HOW?!”

“Time keeps moving. Whether you use it or waste it, it’s going to keep moving.”

He smirks, “What if I find a time machine?”

“Time machines are fiction. Even the best scientists only know how to move forward into time, there’s no going backwards or pausing time.”

“Awww, why?”

“Because we’re all time travellers. Moving forward one second per second. Superspeed space travel could make it feel slower for a while, and even then it doesn’t really slow down, it just feels like it, and everything else is going faster than the traveller, but you have to be really good at reading and math to get that job.”

“No! I’m not good at reading!” <pause> “Wait, what?”

“Just get your work done, kid.”

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Our newest #podcast episode is up at TransPanTastic.net!

George is still recovering from surgery, but the world doesn't quit relying on him while he's down. Child#2 is supposed to be visiting with his other mom, but we're noticing a pattern in the failure rate of those visits. When it comes time to rescue the kid, everyone else is experiencing their own increased failure to function, so it's on us to save the day again.

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Our newest #podcast episode is up at TransPanTastic.net!

There are many aspects of our relationship that are heterogenous. We are a mixed-faith couple, mixed-orientation, and we also come from different generations. Being raised in distinctly different times caused us distinctly different experiences with regards to technology, culture, and gender. Dysphoria was more distinctly gendered for George, in a time when everything was much more gendered, while Jess' more flexible "modern" upbringing didn't highlight the genderedness of their awkwardness.

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Teen Vogue killing it again...

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"Just because I'm femme, doesn't mean I'm any less they/them."

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Our newest #podcast episode is up at TransPanTastic.net!

George's recovery is going as well as can be expected, when everyone still expects him to manage them. Child#2 is having an especially difficult time managing himself, and the other adults who have charge of him are getting a run for their money. From being suspended the last week of school, to breaking furniture, to pestering his other caregivers for his video game, he just can't give any of us a break!

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