The classic “mid-life crisis” or “quarter-life crisis” or “end of life crisis” often is due to the fragility of identity.
The strength in adaptive identity.
We will explore identity, rejecting and embracing parts of our culture, and the struggle to fit in when you don’t feel like you belong.
The extent to which I’ve benefited from my skin color is too significant to measure.
Try this when activities seem to lose their sense of meaning or purpose.
A Ukrainian man travels to Chernobyl to uncover the haunting truth of his past.
On February 18, 1942 off the coast of St. Lawrence, Newfoundland, the USS Truxton and the USS Pollux ran aground in the midst of a harsh winter storm.
The definitive guide of questions cisgendered and trans people have about nonbinary people.
I’m judged for the clothes I wear, the people I’m with, and every little choice I make about what to do with my own body.
Don’t be the misogynist everyone hates.
You need black culture to justify your identity
“You must have chaos within you before you can give birth to a dancing star.” — Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
Jim Carrey, Alan Watts, and traveling back in time.
What was the real reason?
Sometimes, pain is the best teacher.
This blog post synthesizes personal experience to describe how a person can be neither cisgender, nor transgender. Throughout this process, this post provides working descriptions of what it can mean to identify as ‘genderqueer.’