And everything around her is a silver pool of light
The people who surround her feel the benefit of it
It makes you calm
She holds you captivated in her palm

Suddenly I see (suddenly I see)
This is what I want to be
Suddenly I see (suddenly I see)
Why the hell it means so much to me

—KT Tunstall, "Suddenly I See"

Seemingly hazardous but actually careful and humane thoughts about gender, social science, and epistemology, by a man who aspires to something more. Featuring a special focus on the phenomenon of autogynephilia ("love of oneself as a woman") in males, and the project of reformulating liberal-feminist and queer-theoretic goals for a universe where evolution actually happened, introspection doesn't work, and Bayesian reasoning continues to work even when some of the hypotheses are about people.

I know that my opsec is really really bad and that pseudonyms don't work anyway, but please don't doxx me. (That is, because my current best guess is that it's instrumentally useful for my gender blogging to take place under a different brand from my personal life and other work, I ask for the social courtesy that discussion of posts published under this name should only refer to this name, even though my real/meatspace name is probably not that hard to find.) Thanks! ♥♥

I warmly welcome polite inquiries at ultimatelyuntruethought@gmail.com.

—M. T. S.-W.