Monthly Archives: April 2014

Online Resources for Genderqueer Identities

People who identify under the genderqueer umbrella often have difficulty finding community, learning about different forms of gender diversity, and accessing legal and medical resources. What’s more, their friends and families often have a lot of questions about gender that … Continue reading

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Dottie’s Magic Pockets

Maxwell, Andrea. (Director). (2007). Dottie’s Magic Pockets [Television series]. Portland, OR: Pink Pea. Dottie’s Magic Pockets is a quirky and imaginative children’s program featuring a lesbian mom and a sweet and goofy group of non-human friends who play, sing, and … Continue reading

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Ryan’s Mom is Tall

Jopling, Heather (Author) and Demoe, Allyson (Illustrator). (2006). Ryan’s Mom is Tall. Cobourg, Ontario: Nickname Press. This early reader introduces children to opposites as it describes Ryan’s two mothers: curly hair and straight hair, tall and short, skinny and curvy, … Continue reading

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10,000 Dresses

Ewert, Marcus (Author) and Ray, Rex (Illustrator). (2008). 10,000 Dresses. New York, NY: Seven Stories Press. With its bold, visually-appealing illustrations and playful text color and placement, 10,000 Dresses will delight fans of picture books. The content and tone will … Continue reading

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Julio’s Day

Hernandez, Gilbert. (2013). Julio’s Day. Seattle, WA: Fantagraphics Books. Julio’s Day is a beautifully illustrated story of one man’s life, told in 100 pages from his birth in 1900 to his death in 2000. Rather than an even linear timeline, … Continue reading

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