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What makes non-binary gender real? 

What makes non-binary gender real? Is it social acceptance? Is it a box on a form? Is it your decision to legally recognise it? No! Non-binary gender is real because we feel it, we are it, we LIVE it.  What … Continue reading

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Left Out In The Cold: A Non-Binary Perspective of The Irish Gender Recognition Bill

As a non-binary Irish transgender person, it feels like so many young trans people and non-binary trans people have been left out again in the cold with this Irish Gender Recognition Bill. I don’t blame the campaigners, I blame the legislators who backed away from what would have been an even more significant gender recognition bill. Continue reading

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Sitting on the Fence – Out and Proud!

This week I came out to several groups of friends about being androgynous, changing my name from Niamh to Naomhán, and using they/them pronouns. The reaction was overwhelmingly positive and, as a result, I feel incredible! A few months ago, … Continue reading

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Redefining Gender Roles

Earlier this week I read the latest copy of Original Plumbing, a North American magazine written by transmen for transmen. This quarterly it was the Selfie Issue. There was one particular person interviewed (apologies, I can’t remember who, and I … Continue reading

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