Tag Archives: Recommended Reading

Recommended Reading: Selfridges launches Agender campaign – Tech Insider

A look at the agender trend in fashion. I only wish the clothes cost less and conformed to larger sizes. Here are the opening paragraphs. Continue reading this article by following the link at the bottom of this post… Gender … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading: Do I Have A Penis Or A Vagina? – MTV

Tyler Ford continues their column for MTV.com with a column devoted to responding to questions… My name is Tyler Ford, and I’m a queer, transgender writer and advocate. Ever since I came out as trans on national television on “The … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading: Gender-Neutral Clothes Are Trendy, But Not New — Humans Dressed Similarly for Centuries | Smart News | Smithsonian

In this article from Smithsonian Magazine the author, Marissa Fessenden, looks at gender neutral clothing from an historical perspective… Emperor Justinian of the Byzantine and Empress Theodora could almost switch robes in this print ( Michael Nicholson/Corbis) Often, science fiction … Continue reading

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Recommend: The Interview: Adam Lambert | Music | HUNGER TV

Read the amazing interview with Adam Lambert here at HungerTV: http://www.hungertv.com/feature/the-interview-adam-lambert/ Look for Adam’s first single ”Ghost Town” on April 21st with his album, “The Original High” following later this year.

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Recommended: Does the South Need an LGBT School? – The Daily Beast

I am a supporter for LGBTQIA schools for kids who can’t make it in regular public schools. This should in no way diminish the priority of making public schools more inclusive and welcoming of LGBTQIA students but until all students … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading: Nick Teich’s Story From The Let Love Define Family Series

In this interview piece the founder of Camp Aranu’tiq, Nick Teich talks about his camp for trans children as well as gender non-conforming kids. It’s a fascinating read. Follow the link at the bottom of this post to read the … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading: From Their Bridge Over Troubled Waters, LGBT Youth Look For Safe Haven | Texas Public Radio

This article from JOEY PALACIOS reporting for Texas Public Radio looks at efforts to address LGBTQ youth homelessness. Here are the opening paragraphs. Continue reading this article and listen to the radio report by following the link at the bottom … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading: The Gay Capital of the Nineteenth Century – The New Yorker

The New Yorker looks at the beginning of the gay movement a century ago in Berlin. It is a fascinating read and I encourage you to read the whole piece by following the link at the bottom of this post. … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading: Transgender 13-year-old Zoey having therapy – BBC News

In this article BBC News looks at the issues surrounding transgender youth transitioning younger. The article discusses hormone blockers for those entering puberty and later hormone therapy to develop as the gender they are meant to be. There are perspectives … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading: Robbie Rogers, Coming Out and Changing Soccer in That’s Gay curated by T.J. DeGroat

Slate has this interesting look at Robbie Rogers and his pioneering role as an openly gay professional sports star in America. Here’s how it begins… By February 2013, Robbie Rogers’ career as a professional soccer player had reached its low … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading: Asexuals seek to raise awareness of the ‘invisible orientation’ – The Washington Post

This will be eye opening for many readers of the Washington Post and perhaps some of you as well. I totally understand where the asexual community is coming from. It’s not unlike where those with same-sex attraction come from. You … Continue reading

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