A critique of gender in a story got me thinking: do birds understand gender? And if they did, would it work like humans think it does?
Glitterati Omega, book 2 in the Omega on Top series, explores how gender works in this world--and should make us question our own.
Laws banning discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity are front-page news. But they seem to be overreaching on a lot of fronts.
Some people think gender and biological sex are linked. In reality, we kind of made up everything about what makes a man or a woman.
Who is a woman and who isn't? The current definition is a bit of a problem, considering it actually serves patriarchal and capitalistic ends.
I've heard people say mpreg is transphobic, and my knee-jerk reaction is to defend it. But dig a little deeper, and we might see the ugly truth of that statement.