Alyssa writes for other web sites, books, and scientific journals, including The Humanist, Expat Focus, Femme Feminism, and Playboy. Additionally, she makes frequent public appearances as a speaker, panelist, and discussion facilitator in her areas of expertise. This page collects those works and appearances. If you are interested in commissioning a piece or public appearance from Alyssa, contact her at [email protected].
Living in London as a Transgender Expat – ExpatFocus
Living in Canada as a Transgender Expat – ExpatFocus
Living in the Netherlands as a Transgender Expat – ExpatFocus
Wanda Maximoff: A Study in Power and Fear – Femme Feminism
The Dress and the Wallet – Femme Feminism
Doctorate in Femme – Femme Feminism
Finding Femme en Español – Femme Feminism
A Humanism for Today Because I, Too, Matter – The Humanist
Unstick My Heart And Say You’ll Write Me At Last: Turning that one persistent idea into a beginning, a middle, and an end. – Queering Power 2018
One Girl, Five Queeroes – Algonquin College Student Association Pride Centre
Sensual Massage as Sensory Play – Unholy Harvest 2017
Keynote Address for Violence and Trans Women of Color: The Intersections – CUSA Gender and Sexuality Resource Centre
TGTF Click – YouTube
TGTF Furiosa – YouTube
A Day in Three – Spoon Knife 2: Test Chamber
Being Trans and Autistic is Weird and Common – Spoon Knife 2: Test Chamber
Chains of Fire – Spoon Knife 2: Test Chamber
Claire and Clarence – Spoon Knife 2: Test Chamber
Shade Creeper – Postscripts to Darkness 3
Metabolic fuel kinetics in fish: swimming, hypoxia and muscle membranes. 2016. Weber, J-M; Choi, K; Gonzalez, A; and Omlin, T. Journal of Experimental Biology 2015 218:2563-2572.
Membranes as possible pacemaker of metabolism in cypriniform fish: does phylogeny matter? 2015. Gonzalez, A; Pagé, B; and Weber, J-M. Journal of Experimental Biology 218:2563-2572.
PCB-153 and temperature cause restructuring of goldfish membranes: Homeoviscous response to a chemical fluidiser. 2013. Gonzalez, A; Odjélé, A; and Weber, J-M. Aquatic Toxicology 144-145:11-18.
Higher levels of aggression are observed in socially dominant toadfish treated with the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor, fluoxetine. 2011. McDonald, MD; Gonzalez, A; and Sloman, KA. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology C: Toxicology & Pharmacology 153(1):107-112.