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- More Than Male And Female July 11, 2017
- Commercial reveals what some LGBT individuals go through in Japan July 3, 2017
- When asked their sex, some are going with option ‘X’ – USA Today June 25, 2017
- On Taking The Sting Out of Slurs by Using Them as Empowerment. June 15, 2017
- Non-Binary Genders and Intersex Individuals June 12, 2017
- I Am Genderqueer (And What the #@%! That Means) | ContraPoints June 12, 2017
- Coming Out as Genderqueer June 12, 2017
- 10 Gender Identities Beyond Male and Female June 3, 2017
- Some Great Music Videos About Sexuality & Gender June 2, 2017
- 8 Things Non-Binary People Need to Know May 26, 2017
- The History of Genderqueer May 20, 2017
- Today the 17th of May is International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia 2017 #IDAHOT2017 May 17, 2017
- The World Needs Peace – International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia May 17, 2017
- A little Respect. May 15, 2017
- YouTuber Connor Manning Comes Out As Genderfluid May 7, 2017
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I have been nominated for a Liebster Award by the uniquely, fabulous Eleanor of A Belated Existence. So, feeling grateful and humbled, I’ll do my best to honor the distinction… Rules as follows: I Nominate the following blogs for The … Continue reading
I love all of my friends, old and new, who I’ve met through this blog. 2015 was an eventful year for me and for LGBTQIA communities. Some of the news was great like marriage equality coming to every state in … Continue reading
Non-binary poet, artist and activist Alok Vaid-Menon delivers a 2013 TED talk in which they discuss the relationship between success and the status quo. They draw upon experiences at Stanford and beyond and perform spoken word poetry. Alok performs with … Continue reading
Let’s call everyone “they”: Gender-neutral language should be the norm, not the exception – Salon.com
This is a wonderful opinion piece from Silva Kovvali, writing for Salon, who suggests that gender inclusive language should be the norm, not the exception. Here’s an excerpt from the opinion piece. Continue reading this piece by following the link … Continue reading
Originally posted on The Queerness:
Are you a straight person considering a night out at a gay bar? Danni Glover has some words of caution. The festive party season is upon us once again, and workplaces everywhere are eyeing up…
I have long recognized that for some people the line between gender identity and sexual orientation is blurred. While I recognize that for many people this differentiation between gender and sexuality is not blurred at all, it is important to … Continue reading
A look at the beautiful Caño Cristales, the Rainbow River in Columbia. I think it should be the official river of LGBTQIA communities the world over! After all who am I to argue with Mother Nature! More beautiful photos here.
One week after the defeat of the anti-LGBTQ discrimination ordinance in Houston, Transgender Texans raise their voices!
I have been so upset about this transphobic and deeply offensive petition to get organizations and media outlets to divorce the “T” from LGBT (no word about QIA in LGBTQIA). Zach Ford at Think Progress has put together a comprehensive … Continue reading
The wonderful Melissa Etheridge sings a song that, combined with the video, sends a powerful message about LGBTQIA rights around the world. Special thanks to blogger Kira Moore for introducing this video to me!
This is deeply troubling! Some gay men, and evidently some women, want to drop the T from LGBT. I will only address the fact that some gay men support this terrible idea. This plays into the negative feelings some in … Continue reading
In this article Sharita Gruberg from the Center for American Progress looks at some positive developments in US policy on processing LGBTQ refugees seeking asylum… The U.S. Department of State’s recently included same-sex partners as a family reunification refugee priority category, … Continue reading
Another Update Of My News Troves With Interesting Stories on Non-Binary Gender Identities, Transgender Issues and LGBTQIA Issues!
I have just spent a few hours selecting more stories for my news “troves.” There are some really interesting new stories there so please drop by! Non-binary Gender Identities Trove: https://trove.com/Agender-JerBear-in-SantaFe/Non-binary-Gender-Identities.https://trove.com/Agender-JerBear-in-SantaFe/Transgender-Issues.205355209240 Transgender Issues Trove: https://trove.com/Agender-JerBear-in-SantaFe/Transgender-Issues.205355 LGBTQIA Issues Trove: https://trove.com/Agender-JerBear-in-SantaFe/LGBTQIA-Issues.205350
Originally posted on O-blog-dee-o-blog-da:
By Melanie Nathan, October 20, 2015. BETWEEN THE SHADES is a feature film documentary exploring the shades of being gay; discussing what connects us all: Our desire to love. I had the great privilege of interviewing…
Originally posted on The New Bullying Prevention:
Daily Average Of New American LGBT Members Triples In Past Year In connection with the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) anti-bullying Spirit Day on October 15, Thursday, Facebook Research announced that the…
Just as the issue of what cis white gay men can to to help the trans community rather than be a stumbling block has come up for me I find others addressing it. I recently reblogged a piece on the … Continue reading
Laverne addresses the problem of transphobia in the LGBTQ community during an interview with Wilson Cruz.
Recommended Reading: On Campus with Saskatchewan’s Two-Spirit, Gay, Cree, Transgender Student Union President | VICE
An interesting and inspiring story about a Transgender, Two-Spirit, Cree gay man at The University of Saskatchewan in Canada. Continue reading this article from Geraldine Malone writing for Vice. Continue reading this article by following the link at the bottom … Continue reading
Amazing remake of Same Love by the Amazing Angel Haze!
Julie, the proud mom of a non-binary gender identified offspring, shares her tale of a night out at the theater, in her blog My Son Wears Heels. Here are the opening paragraphs and photos. Continue reading and viewing by following … Continue reading