Tag Archives: bathrooms

Everything is pretty great* (Gender Analysis 15)

(Support Gender Analysis on Patreon!) 2015 has been a fantastic year for the show, and we’ve come a long way since we started. In addition to better equipment and full HD video, we’ve brought more contributors on board, including a … Continue reading

Posted in Bathrooms and public accommodations, Biology of transition, Gender Analysis, Health care, Psychology and psychiatry, Transgender medicine, Transphobia and prejudice | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

Chromosomes: cis expectations vs. trans reality (Gender Analysis 14)

(Support Gender Analysis on Patreon!) Previously: Bathroom bills: dehumanization and control, Stop calling trans women “male” There’s a popular belief that XX or XY chromosomes should serve as the sole determinant of whether someone is a woman or a man. This … Continue reading

Posted in Biology of transition, Health care, Philosophy and language, Politics and law, Statistics and demographics, Transgender medicine, Transphobia and prejudice | Tagged , , | 3 Comments

Bathroom Bills: Dehumanization and Control (Gender Analysis 06)

(Support Gender Analysis on Patreon!) Hi, welcome to Gender Analysis. Ever since I transitioned, I’ve noticed something interesting: a lot of cis people really seem to care about where I go to the bathroom. Over the past few months, lawmakers … Continue reading

Posted in Bathrooms and public accommodations, History, Politics and law, Sociological research, Transphobia and prejudice | Tagged , , | 7 Comments