Recommendation: Survey for Trans Bodies, Trans Selves

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Survey for Trans Bodies, Trans Selves
a survey for trans or gender non-conformist people

There are so many unique genders here at genderfork! This survey is for trans and gender-variant people, supplying data to authors of a book that will be a guide for such people and their loved ones and allies.

The personal stories and information about each genderforker will greatly add to it, in fact, it would be incomplete without people like us. Not to mention how freaking fun talking about yourself is. Moderately long survey.

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Posted by on April 23rd, 2010 at 04:00 pm

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6 Responses to “Recommendation: Survey for Trans Bodies, Trans Selves”

  1. Mark Ronen

    You call that moderately long? Yikes! Or maybe I’m just wordy…

    Don’t get me wrong; I’m still gonna answer it because it is important to contribute, and I do love discussing myself… But it’ll probably take me a few days.


  2. Jak

    Am currently in the process of answering this


  3. Lyn Aven

    This is easily the longest survey I’ve ever done. ^^; A lot of it isn’t relevant for me, though.


  4. Rebekah

    This survey IS really freaking long – but I’m enjoying it anyway. Hooray spreading knowledge through testimony!


  5. Taylor Trash

    I agree this is important to contribute to. I look forward to seeing the book actually published.


  6. J

    That’s one long survey. But I still filled it out! Very few surveys are by-trans-for-trans.


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