genderpunk360.com hacked (cracked) for the first time

I don’t like to use the word “hacked” to refer to unwanted system intrusion and unwanted system change, but that is the word everyone understands. See my post “on my frequent use of the word ‘hacker’” for an explanation of my objection. I prefer the term “cracked” instead. Anyway someone recently cracked my Transgender Resources […]

DIY brain anatomy: looking for transgender features (part 1)

This is my pre-hormone-taking adult brain: In my post “the science of gender identity (part 2: brain anatomy)“, I describe evidence that certain regions of transsexual brains resemble in size the regions of their cisgender counterparts in the transsexuals’ gender identity. So I would like to measure my brain region sizes to see how they […]

on my frequent use of the word “hacker”

I use the terms “hacker” and “hacking” often, reclaiming and broadening the terms. The term “hacker” has come to solely mean an individual that illegally breaks into computer networks. This was not the original meaning. Originally, it meant a computer-savvy, creative individual. One who could make computers do cool things. One who can alter and […]