Genderfork needs Photo-Finders!

Hello, fantabulous genderlovelies!

Emma-the-volunteer-coordinator here again, putting out the call to any of you who want to share your time and skills with us.

This time, however, we’re looking for a specific skill set: We need people to help keep our site populated with fantastic, diverse, glorious, happy, gender-wild pictures of humans. That’s what we need.

So: If you’ve got an eye for faces, a feel for the site, a drive to contribute; if you spend hours on flickr or the Internet at large looking for more of that goodstuff you find around here; if you’re a whiz at resizing and titling, alt-texting and crediting; OR, of course, if you just know that you could be, that you want to be, if we only gave you the chance… Get in touch!

Here’s what you do:

Write an email to volunteering [at] Include:

  • Who you are! Just a bit. A name to call you by, a sort of idea of where you’re coming from, a pronoun that you like to hear applied to yourself. That sorta stuff.
  • Why you want to help us keep our site full of lovely photographs!
  • What sort of experience you have with pictures and the Internet (do you tumbl? do you flick? do you lose hours in idle perusal of face after face?)

And that’s that! Send it along and I’ll be gratefully, joyously in touch!


Thanks already!


Posted by on September 22nd, 2011 at 11:05 am

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