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Is Gender Fluid? | Imogen Walsh | TEDxYouth@Manchester

A TED Talk about gender fluidity and non-binary gender identities… Imogen challenges us to think beyond the gender binary and instead choose new expressions from our evolving language to reflect and embrace gender fluidity. Fallibroome Academy student Imogen Walsh talks … Continue reading

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Trans youth are real

Originally posted on Gendered Intelligence Blog:
by Dr Jay Stewart, CEO Gendered Intelligence ? Following the broadcast of  Who knows best? documentary by John Conroy on BBC 2 last week, there has been a lot of rich discussion, debate and…

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On the Nonbinary Community

Originally posted on color it queer:
Happy New Year! Let’s go back to talking about specific identities, yeah? I think I’ll start the year off talking about a community that sometimes gets put under the transgender umbrella, but not really…

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Why Our Feminism Must Be Intersectional (And 3 Ways to Practice It) — Everyday Feminism

Originally posted on Fairy JerBear's Queer/Trans Musings From The City Different – Santa Fe, NM:
I have written here before about why I, as a disabled, Trans/ Agender person designated male at birth, am a Feminist and what…

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Virginia House Bill 1612 Would Negatively Impact Transgender Adults and Trans Youth

Originally posted on O-blog-dee-o-blog-da:
HB 1612 Would Also Create Costs for State Businesses, Budget and Economy  On January 11, a Virginia lawmaker offered House Bill 1612 (HB 1612), which would require transgender people to use bathrooms in public schools, government buildings, and public…

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How K-Pop and J-Pop Construct Masculinities

Originally posted on Digital Asia:
Masculinity as it is constructed in Australia is seen as typically “hard”. An idealized Australian male is white, rugged, practical, heroic, and dependable, but also laid back (Morris; Murrie, cited in Tunstall 2014). Let me…

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K-Pop and an Alternate Masculinity

Originally posted on 上り口説 Nubui Kuduchi:
Show the stereotypical/average American these pictures and videos, and they’ll likely make fun of how girly these young men look. Even while the likes of Justin Bieber and One Direction enjoy incredible popularity, there is…

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Regarding My Gender Identity: Let’s Be Clear!

Originally posted on Fairy JerBear's Queer/Trans Musings From The City Different – Santa Fe, NM:
Another great comic by Justin Hubbel justinhubbell’s original tumblr post: Justin’s Website I Justin’s Patreon

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Wishing All My Followers & Readers A Happy New Year. I Hope 2017 Will Be Fabulous!

   

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New Year’s Day – U2

Another song to welcome in the new year.

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What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve? // Auld Lang Syne | Anthem Lights

A gorgeous way to celebrate New Year’s Eve from some pretty gorgeous looking guys.

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Happy New Year 2017!

This is an HD version of this ABBA classic. First some fireworks and then the music video which starts about 50 seconds in, (if you want to fast forward). Those of you who know me won’t be surprised at this … Continue reading

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Ugla Stefanía | Moving Beyond the Binary of Sex and Gender | TEDxReykjavik

This video is an honest, heartfelt presentation where Ugla talks about their gender journey. Here’s the information shared along with this video: In their talk, Ugla puts the focus on the binary categories of gender and sex and their personal … Continue reading

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The Losses of 2016: The Passing of My Youth and Earlier Adult Years

Carrie Fisher, George Michael, David Bowie, Prince, Pete Burns, Alexis Arquette, all, each in their own way, significant in the lived of many LGBTQ people. Alexis showed us how to be brave in confronting your gender identity. Bowie, Prince and … Continue reading

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The Third Gender in Thailand – Kathoey

Originally posted on Service Learning in Thailand:
By: Janessa Ilada & Ry Mount The term “transgender” is rarely used in Thailand. Instead, the common term is, “Kathoey” which was once used to define intersex people, human beings who were born…

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On Being Agender – Update December, 2016

Being Me I originally wrote this two years ago and since then some things have changed and/or I have become more comfortable with. I want to clarify what my particular gender identity is and is not. For me it’s about … Continue reading

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Operation Rubber Storm, 1993 – Memorable Events In My Life

This is the first of  a new series I call Memorable Events In My Life. One of the more memorable experiences I had in HIV/AIDS activism was the time a small group of us (sadly two are no longer with … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Another World AIDS Day

Soon after my first coming out early in 1987 I attended a workshop on AIDS. Soon I was volunteering at a new organization called AIDS Project Worcester. I attended the October 11, 1987 March on Washington that included the first … Continue reading

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Reflections on The Transgender Day of Remembrance

Today is Transgender Day of Remembrance. A day each year when we pause to remember all those lost to violence. The sad truth is that this year there have been more lives lost than in any previous year that has … Continue reading

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Watch: Miss Transgender Indonesia 2016 Crowned in Jakarta

Originally posted on GAY ASIA NEWS:
Qienabh Tappii, a 28-year-old representing Jakarta beat 30 other contestants to be crowned Miss Waria Indonesia 2016. Waria is the Indonesian word for transgender. About 200 people defied increasing hostility against the LGBT community…

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