How to navigate some of the big terms surrounding depictions of marginalized individuals: Visibility, Representation, Appropriation, Fetishization, and Stigma.
How (not) to write a plot that follows a character's journey towards self-acceptance; or, more accurately, how to avoid the struggle narrative.
How to approach LGBTQIA+ identities in your characters; or, more specifically, how to balance between set identifying terms and the fluidity of queer theory.
What is “code-switching” and how does it apply to transgender people? How can you go about using it as a tool for your characters?
How to go about telling your readers that your character is transgender, and how not to.
How to make "Coming Out Stories" not all about cisgender people and give the narrative back over to your transgender characters.
An argument for the need of non-dysphoric trans characters, as well as how gender euphoria can help balance out the negative impact of the struggle narrative.
A look at the different kinds of transphobia, as well as how (and if) they should be written.
A list of seven different kinds of transgender headcanons, how they can go wrong, and how best to ethically choose characters to envision as transgender.
An approach to pronouns & other gendered language, including the latent transphobic biases that appear with ill-considered language.