01: Genderqueer people like you

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So it’s not just me?!

People like you – by Rose Moore

If you identify as genderqueer – neither male or female or something else entirely, you might be happy to know that you’re not the only one who feels like this! Here you’ll find all sorts of cool information, stories and more!

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Article: Genderqueer community in SF

Genderqueer community at SF State breaks gender labels | Golden Gate Xpress

A good article about genderqueer people in San Francisco, USA who are breaking down gender labels and being themselves on a spectrum of gender rather than in the binary of male and female.

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Audio: Born this way – gender identity

Born this way: gender identity – All In The Mind – ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation).

A podcast from ABC Radio National (that you can download too!) about the issues surrounding and leading up to a physical change of gender. It’s really nice to see FTM peeps included too!

The interview features Julie Peters, Craig Andrews and Fintan Harte, of the Victoria based Southern Health Gender Clinic.

Note: while the peeps in the audio are transgendered, their journeys do relate to those of gender-questioning and genderqueer peeps.

 

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Genderplayful

Genderplayful

What we are


Like Etsy for gendervariant people, an online marketplace you can join to sell your wares or buy them for yourself!

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Genderqueer Chicago

Genderqueer Chicago.

About us

(from the website)
Genderqueer Chicago is a grassroots, peer-led group that works to create safe spaces for all of us ut toalk about, think about, explore and express gender.

Read more about Genderqueer Chicago here.

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Peeps: Afrogenderqueer Toi Scott

Afrogenderqueer Toi Scott

Who am I?

Afrogenderqueer is a transmasculine and gender non-conforming writer who lives in Texas, U.S.A.

They’ve writen a number of academic papers on gender issues and is involved with community involvement forums for gender diverse people.

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Peeps: Andrew O’Neill

 Andrew O’Neill websitePostmodern trannyblog | Follow on Twitter | Follow on Facebook

Who am I?

 Andrew O’Neill is a comedian who travels the world to express his particular brand of comedy. He is also a self-identified transvestite, though may have doubts about the title. He’s funny, thoughtful and definitely worth reading!

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Peeps: Aurora Arboralis

Aurora Arboralis

Who am I?

(From the website)

I am a genderqueer (gender) queer (sexuality) feminist (moderately radical) sociologist (cum philosopher cum educator cum activist cum human bean who wants to make a difference) whose work has focused on sex, gender and sexuality, as well as LGBTI ageing.  I love ideas, yea even Theory, as tools with which to think about our lives – and change them.

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Peeps: boigrrlwonder

Boigrrlwonder website | View boigrrlwonder’s tweets

Who am I?

Boigrrlwonder is a genderqueer person, journeying through the issues around gender and not wanting to be Trans*. They have chronicled their journey with honesty and openness. This is their story, one with pitfalls and wins. It’s a safe space for boigrrlwonder to talk about how they’re feeling in the world of genderqueer.

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Peeps: Casey Legler

Male Models: The Female of the Species | TIME.com

Casey Legler works as a model for male clothing. Nothing wrong with that, except Casey is female, had fantasies as a teen of sitting by a swimming pool reading a book wearing a pink tutu! After qualifying for the Olympic games in Atlanta, she shaved her head like her male teammates – if they could do it, why couldn’t she?

Read more about Casey at Time magazine online!

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Peeps: coming out genderqueer

Coming Out: Yup, I’m Genderqueer « In Our Words | Follow Nico on Facebook

Who am I?

This article by Nico Lang speaks of his process of coming-out as Genderqueer and the surprising positive reaction of friends.

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Peeps: Genderqueer Street Philosophactivist

Genderqueer Street Philosophactivist

Who am I?

Genderqueer Street Philosophactivist contains the online thoughts of a Genderqueer person in the United States, and describes the term “philosophactivist” thus:

a philosophactivist is someone who is able to see the deeper connections- the structural and institutional oppression and then organize and strategize to create change. For me, it is important to have both aspects. Think. Do.

 

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Peeps: In our words blog

Genderqueer « In Our Words

Summary

The In our words blog contains great content written by and for genderqueer peeps.

There’s articles around gender policing, trans vs genderqueer, the effects of testosterone and more.

Get over there and have a look!

 

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Peeps: Ivan Coyote

Ivan E. Coyote website | Buy Ivan Coyote books on Arsenal Pulp Press

Who am I?

People like you – by Rose Moore

(from Wikipedia)

Coyote began performing spoken word in 1992. They joined Arsenal Pulp Press in 2000 and has since had seven books published with them. They regularly combine story telling and music, and have worked with a number of musicians including Veda Hille, Dan Mangan and Rae Spoon. They have been a columnist for the gay magazines Xtra! and Xtra! West for a number of years.

Coyote does not believe in the gender binary and uses gender neutral pronouns.

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Peeps: Kate Bornstein

Kate’s Blog | KB on Wikipedia | Buy KB books on Fishpond

Who am I?

Kate Bornstein is a feminist writer, actress, performance artist and frequent guest on daytime television talk shows. She regards herself as genderqueer rather than a purely trans-woman, and her books on the subject are quite interesting.

Borrow Kate Bornstein books in the GQA library!

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Peeps: Leslie Feinberg

Leslie Feinberg website | Buy Leslie Feinberg on Amazon

Who am I?

Self-portrait in setting sun - by Leslie Feinberg

(From the website)

Leslie Feinberg came of age as a young butch lesbian in the factories and gay bars of Buffalo, N.Y. in the 1960s. Since that time, Feinberg has been a grass roots activist and a journalist. Ze is known in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender movements in the U.S. and countries around the world. The lesbian magazine Curve named Feinberg one of the “15 Most Influential.”

Read more about Leslie Feinberg.

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Peeps: Mari Rosas

Mari Rosas: Making sure it really does get better

Mari Rosas is a Berkeley genderqueer student who supports queer students in their identities. The above article is from the Berkeley newscenter and covers a speech Mari made recently.

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Peeps: Max Attitude

Max Attitude blog | Dude Magazine

Who am I?

Max is a “Queer Tranny boi hero”, who operates the Max Attitude blog discussing his travels through genderqueer. He’s also writing a doctorate as well as being deputy-editor of Dude Magazine.

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Peeps: Midwest GenderQueer

About Midwest GenderQueer, JAC Stringer| Midwest Genderqueer on Facebook

midwest genderqueerAbout me

(from the website)
Midwest GenderQueer, commonly known as JAC Stringer, is a trans-genderqueer femme, (dis)abled-kid radical activist and performance artist.

For more, visit the website here!

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Peeps: Millaa

Millaa Mercer – YouTube | Download Full size poster | Rainbow Juice on SYN FM

Millaa – taken from the genderqueer poster – image supplied by Millaa Mercer

Who am I?

Millaa is a genderqueer drag performer in Melbourne, Australia who also hosts the RMIT student radio SYN FM show “Rainbow Juice” on Sundays. They create YouTube videos on a regular basis discussing their experiences as a genderqueer person, and with content for trans people too!

 

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