Individual web pages (not full sites) in no particular order.
William Shakespeare’s Love for a Transfeminine Crossdreamer
: Article about the subject of Shakespeare's sonnet 20,
a love letter to a "man,"
the "master mistress" of his passions,
who has "a woman's face" and "gentle heart."
Cinderfella to Cinderalla
: Unfortunate name, but cute trans take on Cinderalla story.
The Royal Heart
: Children's book about a trans princess.
Author has low-res but complete preview available on his website!
: Early-2000s flash cartoon centered on
Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Catwoman, and Batgirl.
Resurrected by the Internet Archive.
Season 3 (not yet viewable with IA's ruffle-flash)
has a so-so representation of a trans character.
Placebo Magick Podcast
: A sober, skeptic-friendly podcast by Gary,
the Wizard of Habdur discussing his magical practices.
Invocations to Our Lady of Dindymus
: Some prayers in Latin and English to Cybele, the Magna Mater.
She was a Phrygian diety imported to Rome
who had a transgender priesthood.
A science fiction story about brain emulation
written in an encyclopedic format.
The Ad Hominem Fallacy Fallacy
: An funny essay on how the term ad hominem is often misused.
Betrayed by His (sic) Beard
: An 1890s newspaper article about an indigenous trans woman.
Quigley Scale (Wikipedia)
: Shows how male and female genitalia actually form a spectrum.
You Are Not Free to Move Out of the Country
: Article about the difficulty of emigrating from the United States,
which most Americans underestimate.
Most interesting quote:
Yet on some instinctual reptilian-brain level, it’s hard to
shake the feeling that it’s not supposed to be like
this. This doubt is sometimes sparked by reading about the
lives of historical figures. When you discover that Mark Twain
spent more than a decade of his life living and working abroad in
places like London, Berlin, and Vienna, you might be inclined to
Essay about the advantages of owning things that aren't "nice."