Looking for this community

Someone wrote…

I love this site. I needed to find this site. I’ve been looking for this community for a long time – my whole life? – and only found your site today. It feels like coming home. Thank you. I’ll find a picture & give you more info later. For now, I’m just basking.

I am *so* happy where this project is going. Thank you for shaping it with me. ~SD

What are you thinking about gender right now?

Posted by on January 15th, 2009 at 08:00 am

Category: your voice 2 comments »

2 Responses to “Looking for this community”

  1. stii

    welcome :) glad you’re here.


  2. KTaylor

    I'm in the same place.
    I recently began questioning the logic of the gender binary and more importantly where I am in relation to it. Then I realized that where I am doesn't matter. The causes I support that are fighting for equality have an obligation to fight for /everyone's/ equality.

    It occurred to me that all the separate fights for equality are somewhat silly insomuch as they are so caught up in the specifics of the equality they seek that they miss that so many other groups just want the same things. What if instead of women's rights and gay rights and immigrant's rights and rights for the disabled we had human rights, like if we just sought for equal rights for every human being without making it somehow exclusive?

    I love this site.


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