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Alex Zorach: Questioning My Gender – How I Realized I am Nonbinary Transgender

It is difficult to find nonbinary role models who were assigned male at birth. In an ideal world a person’s gender designation at birth shouldn’t matter but this is not an ideal world. The issues encountered when discovering and accepting … Continue reading

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Fashion victims: In the fitting rooms with trans femmes | Dazed

A fascinating article about presenting femme. I aim to present as someone who has the clothing and “beauty” products optons from the entire range of fashion. Nonetheless people only focus on the clothing I wear, that seems to them, incongruous … Continue reading

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My Gender Identity- Genderfluid and Non-Binary – Chris

Chris Kinch talks about their gender identity. Given the fact that there are so few videos created by Non-binary gender identified people that were assigned male at birth, I try to include all that I can find. If you have … Continue reading

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Why I Am An Agender Feminist and Why Nonbinary Gender Identified Persons, Designated Male At Birth (DMAB), Need Feminism

Art by RiotCakes I have always considered myself a feminist . At times in my life I have been a flawed feminist because I was socialized as a cis-male most of my life. I’d say that the aha moment for … Continue reading

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HollySiz – The Light (Redux)

This amazing music video, from Hollysiz, for the beautiful song “The Light,” tells the story of one father’s journey from confusion and hostility to finally embracing his gender creative child. In just under four minutes an entire dramatic arc is … Continue reading

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How Did You Realise You Were Nonbinary? ❤ Leigh

It is extraordinarily difficult to locate videos from people who were designated male at birth and now identify as non-binary. Leigh is an exception and here beautifully describes their journey to recognizing that they were in fact non-binary.

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How Sexist Attitudes Affect Opinions About What You Wear

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When ‘he’ or ‘she’ doesn’t fit – Lifestyle – The Boston Globe

I am delighted to see this wonderful article appear in The Boston Globe about people with non-binary gender identities. I am very pleased to see a non-binary person who was designated male at birth and who appears to be middle … Continue reading

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An Agender Person Goes From Being Bullied to Gracing The Cover of French Vouge

An inspiring story of an agender person of color gaining respect, success and loving yourself.

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HollySiz – The light – (gender creative child finds acceptance)

In this powerful music video we meet a child designated a boy at birth, who enjoys stereotypical girl toys and clothing. The mom is accepting the father isn’t until a beautiful moment in the video. Truly a wonderful music video! … Continue reading

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5 Things You Should Know About Being Genderqueer

One genderqueer person’s breakdown of 5 things you need to know about being genderqueer. My only disagreement is on shoes, as someone who is disabled and can’t walk in heels my touchstone items of clothing are skirts, which I really … Continue reading

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Genderqueers Designated Male at Birth?

In this video a genderqueer person takes on the issue of why there aren’t more non-binary identified people who were designated male at birth.

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Genderqueer Perspectives

Since coming out as genderqueer I have been searching for perspectives on my gender identity that made sense to me and off me I don’t know if there has been a survey of genderqueer to determine what percentage were designated … Continue reading

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