myths

Working On the Railway as a Transgender Woman by Mackenzie Boyer

Working On the Railway as a Transgender Woman: Experiences and Insights By Mackenzie Boyer I have worked in my fair share of male dominated industries. Before my current employment, I worked as a motorcycle salesperson, a used car salesperson, and a copywriter for a start-up that employed no more than two women at once. I am no stranger to the underestimation and undervaluing women face in the workforce in any… Read More »Working On the Railway as a Transgender Woman by Mackenzie Boyer

Frailty Myths

Myths are powerful in society, not only in topical ways but also in deep substantial ways. Especially myths of frailty. These frailty myths are present everywhere, perpetuating stereotypes and prejudices of race, class, gender, belief systems, family structure and many more. They combine and twist and change to create an endless variety of falsities that continue to oppress countless people. ┬áThese myths are taught to our children and can all… Read More »Frailty Myths