Swapping Gender is a Snap(chat): Limitations of (Trans) Gendered Legibility Within Binary Digital and Human Filters.

In May 2019 the photographic cellphone application Snapchat released two company-generated image filters that were officially dubbed “My Twin” and “My Other Twin,” though users and media labeled them as feminine and masculine,respectively. While …

Women, Opioids and Addiction

In the midst of the current coronavirus pandemic, the United States continues to struggle with an ongoing opioid epidemic, initially fueled by widespread prescribing of opioid medications during the 1990s. The primary reason for prescribing opioids …

Prevalence and minority-stress correlates of past 12-month prescription drug misuse in a national sample of transgender and gender nonbinary adults: Results from the U.S. Transgender Survey

Background Prescription drug (PD) misuse, particularly opioid misuse, is a major US public health concern. While transgender and gender nonbinary (TGNB) individuals experience numerous health disparities, including substance use disparities, little …

Trans. Visible. Unapologetic.

Cultivating Compassion While Battling Exhaustion

Feelings Behind a Face: a Medical Student Counseling Workshop in Facial Reconstructive Surgery

Gained in Translation

From Badge to Coat

(In)finite Gender Journeys

Academic manuscript based on qualitative research on the violence incurred by societal narratives of gender “transition” as a finite, terminal process [book manuscript submitted]

(Not) A Good Man

Autotheory amalgam of memoir, poetry, and journal excerpts exploring the binds of gender and transness, and probing the bounds of non-toxic masculinity [book manuscript submitted]