Tag Archives: Non-binary gender

Lizard Radio

Schmatz, Pat. 2015. Lizard Radio. Somerville, MA: Candlewick Press. Kivali Kerwin just turned 15 and her foster mother Sheila has dropped her off at CropCamp for indoctrination into the regulated behaviors and emotions required by the government. Despite being upset … 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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Two Spirit People

Brown, Lester B. (Editor). (1997). Two Spirit People: American Indian Lesbian Women and Gay Men. Binghampton, NY: Haworth Press. Although somewhat dated, this text is still highly relevant, particularly since there has not been a great deal of scholarly research … Continue reading

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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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