fire ecology

a personal blog for Jamey Hampton

May 8, 2017

Fear/Comfort/Fear

I spend a lot of time scared, much more than I’d like to let on. I think a lot of people who know me would be surprised to hear me...

May 1, 2017

Conf Report: Women Techmakers Montreal 2017

In early April, I was really thrilled to drive up to Montreal, Quebec to speak at the Women Techmakers conference there. WTM is a program that was set up by...

April 10, 2017

Available Now: “Self Care”

“Self Care” is my newest zine, which is the culmination of a month long art project I did in conjunction with Sugar City Arts Collaborative. They hosted a Fun-A-Day project...

March 22, 2017

My Relationship With My Chest

Let’s get one thing out in the open right away. I hate my chest. I have long looked down at my boobs, which are only an A cup anyway, and...

March 3, 2017

Available Now: Meep Morp #1!

“Meep Morp #1” is the first zine I have published completely independently and I think it’s more of a labor of love than anything else I have ever worked on,...

February 17, 2017

A Guide to Safe Binding – For You or Your Kid!

“My 13-year-old daughter(?) has recently come out to me as genderqueer, more specifically, as a demigirl. She’s told me that she’s still okay with being referred to with she/her and...

January 24, 2017

Inaugural Memories of 2009

I tried to avoid the news last Friday because I believe in self care and removing yourself from harmful situations when necessary. My plans for inauguration day were to write...

January 19, 2017

Conf Report: CodeMash 2017

I was lucky enough to spend most of last week at CodeMash, a huge conference that takes place at a giant African themed waterpark in sunny Sandusky, OH. And you...

January 10, 2017

How Rogue One Taught Me Not To Be A Bad Guy

As both a Star Wars fan and a political advocate, I was very excited about the release of Rogue One in December. How could I not be? Look at this...

December 23, 2016

Eating While Transgender

There’s an odd dichotomy that comes with being transgender. On the one hand, I often feel like a teacher. There’s an assumption that I know more about gender theory than...

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