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Posted May 15, 2023 at 12:00 am

First strip was me at the same "trans for dummies" conference. I was like, yuh-huh, gender and sex isn't the same, sure sure, and then Max (from Genres Pluriels, a known trans-positive organization in Brussels) wrote the "gender expression" on top of that chart and I was like buuuuhh??

I finally came to understand that yes, some people might identify as a specific gender, but might dress differently than what that gender typically shows in its dressing code. 

A trans-masculine person could identify as a guy and use the "he/him" pronouns, for example, but still have times when he want to dress in feminine clothes.

Which now I'm like... well yeah. A cis guy dressing more femininely is great to see, and yet he remains a guy because that's the gender he identifies with. So why wouldn't a trans guy do so as well?

Same goes with all the other gender/gender expressions associations! 

--> This is a rerun of the finished webcomic Go Get a Roomie! You can find these two strips in the old archive >here<!


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