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August 29 2012

A Gender Not Listed Here: Genderqueers, Gender Rebels, and OtherWise in the National Transgender Discrimination Survey | Williams Institute

Genderqueer individuals suffer discrimination and violence at similar, and sometimes even higher rates, than transgender-identified individuals, according to a new study published by the LGBTQ Policy Journal at the Harvard Kennedy School.

A Gender Not Listed Here: Genderqueers, Gender Rebels, and OtherWise in the National Transgender Discrimination Survey | Williams Institute

Genderqueer individuals suffer discrimination and violence at similar, and sometimes even higher rates, than transgender-identified individuals, according to a new study published by the LGBTQ Policy Journal at the Harvard Kennedy School.

A Gender Not Listed Here: Genderqueers, Gender Rebels, and OtherWise in the National Transgender Discrimination Survey | Williams Institute

Genderqueer individuals suffer discrimination and violence at similar, and sometimes even higher rates, than transgender-identified individuals, according to a new study published by the LGBTQ Policy Journal at the Harvard Kennedy School.

August 26 2012

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August 17 2012

Nonbinary.org

Wiki of the Nonbinary gender visibility, education and advocacy network, arguing for equal access to employment, services and medical treatment for those who don't fit the gender binary.
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April 14 2012

Semantics, semiotics and the use of the term ‘nonbinary’

Finding the right words to describe those, like myself, who don’t fit comfortably into traditional male/female genders and bodies is a bit of a tricky business. How do you contain a multiplicity in a single word? How do you indicate an infinite number of divisions? Increasingly, the term ‘nonbinary’ is used as a catch-all term. I’ve been known to use it myself. I have every sympathy with those who use it – it can be useful, and is certainly a step forward in this gradual evolution of discourse surrounding gender and sexes and being. But the niggling semantic/semiotic worries I’ve been having – well, they’ve stepped up.

March 25 2012

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don't assume my gender
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March 16 2012

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some people think that being genderqueer is about trying to be as unique as possible (like a snowflake, because no snowflake is the same) and that genderqueer people are annoying when they demand a “special treatment” for themselves. (see also)

February 11 2012

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Gender 101 episode #1: Don't Box Me In
Join me in a discussion with a Gender Fluid Activist (you'll learn with me how they self-identify) about how gender isn't a binary male/female status.
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February 05 2012

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September 01 2011

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"Hen" is a Swedish gender neutral pronoun that is rather unknown at the moment. (via)
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June 09 2011

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In typical trans 101 discussions, right now I would probably be explaining to you that “gender is a spectrum” and drawing a cute little line graph labeled “m” at one end and “f” at the other. But this would be fallacious, as well as total bullshit. Gender is not a line, it is a huge three-dimensional space too big to be bounded by the concepts of “male” and “female.” Being trans is not always about falling “in between” binary genders, and as often as not, it’s about being something too expansive for those ideas to have meaning at all.
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