Science art has the power to improve science, yet you haven’t yet hired an artist? The solution isn’t as complicated as you’d think.
It’s a brand new year, and you’re ready to start out on a new goal. What’s your new year’s resolution?
It’s no secret that many people set unrealistic goals for the new year. Let’s talk about what a reasonable goal looks like, and then we’ll discuss ways to succeed at those goals.
I know that title sounds dramatic, but bear with me, because transgender lives are at stake.
If you aren’t aware, the World Health Organization (WHO) recently announced changes to gender non-conformity guidelines. These guidelines remove “gender identity disorder” (GID) as a “mental disorder”. Instead, the guidelines have been moved into the sexual health portion of global health guidelines.
At first glance, this seems like a good thing. There are more than a few trans* activist groups that have worked diligently for this move. However, I believe that this will make it harder for trans* people (especially people of color and poor trans* people) to access proper medical care.
My art career was shaped by my lack of accessibility to a pipeline that would have led me to a job. The same can be said of my scientific career. In this post, I discuss what an ideal pipeline looks like.
I was born female and transitioned to full-time male in my 20s. I think people would like to believe that society treated me the same, but that’s absolutely not true. I’m treated very differently by men, by women, by almost everyone. This is why I felt this post on sexual harassment was important.
Some days are really tough. Sometimes those days stretch out to weeks or months or more. Here are 5 tips for moving forward during dark times.
Afraid of authority? Stand up to authority with 3 steps to empowerment!