Tag Archives: Genderqueer

The History of Genderqueer

*Information was current as of 2014

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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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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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Your Non-Binary Gender Identity Is Valid No Matter Your Age

It doesn’t matter when you discover a non-binary gender identity, your identity is valid no matter if your in high school or in a retirement home. I have seen plenty of ridicule aimed at teens and young adults who have … Continue reading

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Jacob Tobia Talks About Being Genderqueer and Shuts Down Bulls!*t

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You Don’t Need to Be a Boy or a Girl | Alok Vaid-Menon

Alok shines as they talk about the prejudice we face, in being authentic as non-binary femmes, as people who were assigned male at birth.

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Coming Out Again (part two) – Originally Posted to Facebook 

On my birthday last year I came out as trans and agender, (https://jerbearinsantafe.wordpress.com/2015/08/24/on-my-birthday-a-look-back/) but I am not sure everyone saw it. I want to briefly give a breakdown of events in my life that led to this decision. In the … Continue reading

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Atheism and Feminism from a Non-Binary Vlogger

As someone who is also, genderqueer (agender in my case), feminist and atheist this video, from Justin, reflects the way I feel. If you do not yet subscribe to her video feed, I urge you to consider it.Justin is a … Continue reading

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Disconnect: The Struggle To Be Understood As An Agender/Genderqueer Person

This comic strip really captures what it’s like striving to be understood as a non-binary gender identified person. It resonated with me right away. The strip is from the series a Robot Hugs: Here’s what RH wrote about this strip: … Continue reading

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Non-Binary Views: Unaligned: The Struggles of a Modern Agender

https://vimeo.com/157372914 In an effort to make sure more nonbinary voices are heard I am scouring the internet to find videos that reflect the realities of being non-binary, genderqueer and agender in today’s society. In this video we are introduced to … Continue reading

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Patrick Wolf – The Magic Position

Some music from a gender creative pioneer.

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Movie Recommendation: Three to Infinity: Beyond Two Genders

Three to Infinity: Beyond Two Genders is the first feature documentary entirely focused on people who are neither male nor female. Agender, gender queer, non-binary and more, they’re redefining gender, challenging the ways we think about masculinity and femininity. This … Continue reading

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Labels Are Complicated Like Starbucks // Kelly Kitagawa

Kelly Kitagawa talks about labels and why there important to people describing their gender identity/identities. Here’s a list to help you sort out how you wish to describe yourself: Labels/identities from The Gender Equality Resource Center at University of  California … 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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Genderqueer and disabled… but not your motivational tool!

In this incredibly powerful piece, genderqueer disabled guest writer, Becca Baker, takes aim at those that would appropriate disability for their own selfish motives. I can’t begin to tell you how much I resonate with this post. As an agender/genderqueer … Continue reading

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6 Reasons Your Discomfort with They/Them Pronouns Reveals Unchecked Cis Privilege — Everyday Feminism

Some perspective on resistance to using They/Them pronouns from this article from Ashley Truong at Everyday Feminism. Obviously this impacts me as an Agender person who prefers they/them pronouns. I have found some difficulty in conveying why this is important … Continue reading

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Façades The Web Series: Episode One

This seems promising! Here’s the official description: “I am so sick of people refusing to see me the way I want them to,” “Well, how do you see yourself?” So begins your typical boy-meets-they love story. It’s the unlikely relationship … Continue reading

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Do People Respect My Identity? ❤ Leigh

Leigh, from Out of This Binary, talks about their experience with people respecting their gender identity.

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How Can We Include Non-Binary People in Gendered Spaces?

Originally posted on Let's Queer Things Up!:
This meme is basically my life. I think it’s interesting to be writing about my gender transition so publicly. I am not always given the luxury of uncertainty or ambiguity. But truthfully,…

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True Life | ‘I’m Genderqueer’ Official Sneak Peek #1 | MTV

If you missed the show last night look for reruns. As soon as the show is posted to YouTube I’ll post it here. Yeah Nonbinary/Genderqueer Visability!

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