Good workshop Exploration of Power, Gender and Class. Well Done
Gender for me is a fluid. I have always been Butch, Stud ,masculine of the center gender, and now Daddy. When gender was less of a concern I was deemed a tomboy by family and friends.
Tobacco relates to gender issues for me especially in terms of trans friends and family, who smoke or use other tobacco products because of the damage it does as folks transition, especially for those who do the surgery paths. Tobacco tears down the skin grafting and makes the healing process slower and more prone to infection.