Alyssa Elsewhere

The author in a black top and white skirt patterned in green, with a Puerto Rican and a Cuban flag in her hair.
Me at the Pulse massacre memorial vigil, staking out a space for us.

Alyssa writes for other web sites, books, and scientific journals, including The Humanist, Femme Feminism, and Playboy. This page collects those works. If you are interested in commissioning a piece or public appearance from Alyssa, contact her at alyssacelestinogonzalez@gmail.com.

Essays

A Trans Woman and a Cis Woman Discuss How to Effectively Reclaim the “P” WordPlayboy

The Dress and the WalletFemme Feminism

Doctorate in FemmeFemme Feminism

Finding Femme en EspañolFemme Feminism

A Humanism for Today Because I, Too, MatterThe Humanist

 

Public Remarks

Panelist – Empowering the Trans Community in the Workplace and Beyond

So Am I a Dyke?Ottawa Dyke March 2017

Keynote Address – Violence and Trans Women of Color: The Intersections

Today We Remember – Ottawa Trans Day of Remembrance 2016 (En Español) (Video)

He Came for Me – Ottawa Pulse Memorial Vigil 2016 (En Español)

 

Video

Tortilla de Papa, Alyssa Style – Skillshare

TGTF Click – YouTube

TGTF Furiosa – YouTube

Today We Remember – Trans Day of Remembrance 2016 – YouTube

 

In Books

A Day in Three – Spoon Knife 2: Test Chamber

Being Trans and Autistic is Weird and CommonSpoon Knife 2: Test Chamber

Chains of FireSpoon Knife 2: Test Chamber

Claire and Clarence – Spoon Knife 2: Test Chamber

 

Scientific Publications

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.

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