I'm a trans man. My preferred pronouns are "they/them" because it forces people to treat me as a person, instead of a gender. Though, I will very happily respond to "he/him." You can read my full bio here. You may send me an email.

Author Archives: Jules Sherred

#NationalComingOutDay Is Great if You Are White and Cis

National Coming Out Day—also known as Internationally Coming Out Day—is not as cracked up as people like to think it is. If you are LGB and white—depending on where you live—chances are: you feel safe coming out, at anytime; you are completely comfortable throwing around problematic catchphrases like, “It get’s better.” Read more

Transgender Healthcare Reality

Transgender Healthcare Reality

Shitty healthcare experiences are the norm when it comes to the treatment of transgender people. This happens even in British Columbia, where we have laws and healthcare policies that are supposed to protect transgender patients. Since January of this year, I’ve had to access the ER three times. The first time, which was on my… Read more

Basics: What Transitioning Is And Is Not

Basics: What Transitioning Is And Is Not

Transitioning is a complicate thing. It looks different for everyone. Transitioning is many things and it’s not many things. Below are some handy-dandy lists detailing the basics of what transitioning is and is not, followed by a brief outline of how transitioning looks for me. Read more