Ask Voxcorvegis

I always welcome questions from my readers!

I will strive to answer honestly any that do not deal with personal finances; however, I reserve the right to refuse to answer any question that I deem too personal.

17 Responses to Ask Voxcorvegis

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  2. zinemin says:

    I have a question for you: What was it like to study mediaeval history? How did studying Physics and studying mediaeval history compare? Which did you enjoy more and why?

  3. ChrisCQC says:

    Where do you think is a better place to go to grad school as a trans* person: Canada or the northeast U.S.?

    • Well, I’ve only ever been a trans* person at one University in Canada, but I can honestly say that literally everyone in the academic faculty and among my peers was incredibly good about it, and I never encountered any transphobic shit on campus.

  4. ChrisCQC says:

    Also, do you have a tumblr?

  5. Hi, I just discovered your blog and I loved your comment about being crippling devoted to Star Trek – I too love Star Trek. Anyway the real reason I am writing is because I want to ask you about writing a guest post for my website. I want to have a series of articles by autistic adults about attending college, life skills etc. My website is if you want to take a look. Please let me know if you are interested – I can be reached through my website contact form. Thanks.

    • Hi; I would be happy to do so, however you should know that I’m really a student at present.

      • Dawn Marcotte says:

        Good Afternoon, I am so excited that you are willing to participate. It is great that you are still in school. Right now I am thinking that a series with kind of a ‘day in the life’ theme would be helpful to teens.

        Unfortunately I can’t pay you, but I would be glad to include a plug for your website, favorite cause or product if you want.

        Do you have a subject you want to cover? If not here are some ideas:

        1. On my first day of college I wish I had known….. 2. 5 things no one tells autistic students about college 3. 3 Things I love about my school 4. Tips on dealing with roommates 5. Tips on dealing with professors 6. Accommodations I use and how they work 7. Study tips for …..(math, science, or whatever)

        I want to provide specifics for autistic students who have been accepted to college. I am planning on posting the articles in July so you have time to think about it and write something up.

        If you know any other autistic adults who would be willing to share their thoughts I would love to hear from them – please just give them my email.

        Thanks again for your willingness to help. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

        Dawn Marcotte

        Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2015 21:50:37 +0000 To:

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