Tag Archives: Genderqueer

Diagnosing Difference

Ophelian, Annalise (Director). (2009). Diagnosing Difference [film]. San Francisco, CA: Floating Ophelia Productions, LLC. “My difference isn’t pathological. It’s just infrequent.” This quote, spoken in the first minute of the film, really sets the tone for this powerful documentary. Diagnosing … Continue reading

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Beyond Magenta

Kuklin, Susan. (2014). Beyond Magenta: Transgender Teens Speak Out. Somerville, MA: Candlewick Press. In this thoughtful book, Susan Kuklin shares the personal stories of six transgender youth. Each teen has a chapter in narrative format, mostly in their own voice, … Continue reading

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The Prince Zine

Amberson, Joshua James (Creator), and Rachel Lee-Carman (Illustrator). (2014). The Prince Zine (The Revised & Updated Second Edition). Portland, OR: Eberhardt Press. Distributed by Antiquated Future. http://www.antiquatedfuture.com

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Nonbinary Gender Identities in Media: An Annotated Bibliography

I compiled an annotated bibliography of media (books, film, television, and Web) by and about people who identify as nonbinary. I’ve also included a glossary. This resource is published on the GLBTRT Professional Tools page. Check it out here!

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Pronouns and Gender

Originally posted at Catching Wine. Third person pronouns are how we refer to someone who isn’t you or me. In English, third person pronouns are a remnant of the grammatical gender of Old English. Many modern languages use grammatical gender … Continue reading

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Robot Hugs

Robot Hugs. (2009-2014). http://www.robot-hugs.com [Webcomic]. Robot Hugs is a webcomic that updates roughly twice weekly. The creator, RH, identifies as genderqueer and non-binary and prefers gender neutral pronouns “they” or “zie/zir.” The comic is sometimes whimsical (adorable cats!) and sometimes … Continue reading

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Meet Polkadot

Broadhead, Talcott. (2013). Meet Polkadot. Olympia, WA: DangerDot Publishing. As a non-binary genderqueer person, this is the book I’ve been waiting for, for what seems like forever. Part story and part educational resource, Meet Polkadot introduces a non-binary child and … Continue reading

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