This personal narrative shares a perspective of a non-binary trans qualitative writer who engages in the reflexive practice of evolutionary astrology. The author focuses on vulnerable, healing and therapeutic aspects of autoethnographic writing, and his quest for being authentic while dealing with difficult emotions related to his “misfit feeling” when crossing the boundary lines within Slovak academia.
Autoethnography, Reflexivity, Authenticity, Vulnerability, Evolutionary Astrology, Non-Binary
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Wiesner, A. (2020). Contemplating Reflexivity as a Practice of Authenticity in Autoethnographic Research. The Qualitative Report, 25(3), 662-670. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol25/iss3/7