Featured Friday | Meet Caseyrenée


Feminist writer and editor Caseyrenée Lopez is today’s featured writer. Check out what she has to say:  Continue reading “Featured Friday | Meet Caseyrenée”

Gender Identity is Queer: On Trans* Visibility | Caseyrenée Lopez

I’ve recently learned that the inverse of transgender is cisgender. Until a few months ago, I didn’t know there was such a distinction, and learning about cisgender makes me happy and sad; happy because now I have the vocabulary to speak and write more eloquently about being trans* or not, and sad because now there is just one more label used to describe a person. Honestly, I’m torn about this discovery. It makes me feel like everything has to bagged and tagged until everyone is isolated and alienated.

When I was 16, I thought I was a lesbian. Continue reading “Gender Identity is Queer: On Trans* Visibility | Caseyrenée Lopez”