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Maternity Clothes for Genderqueer Parents

Reposted from The Cut.

From the article…

Once upon a time, maternity clothing was all bows, floral patterns, and muumuus. While it has evolved in the last few decades to include body-conscious styles that flaunt (rather than hide) “baby bumps,” it’s remained mostly conventionally feminine.

The founders of the new line Butchbaby & Co. want to change that. Vanessa Newman, a digital strategist, and Michelle Janayea, a design student at Columbia College in Chicago, are creating an alternative to hyperfeminine maternitywear aimed at LGBTQ folks who are starting their own families.

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Posted by on April 26th, 2015 at 08:00 am

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To Survive on This Shore

Photo taken from a series of pictures from To Survive on This Shore.

Representations of older transgender people are nearly absent from both photography and social science domains, and those that do exist are often one-dimensional. To survive on this shore combines photographs of transgender and gender variant people over the age of fifty with interviews about their life experiences in regards to gender, identity, age, and sexuality and provides a nuanced view into the complexities of aging as a transgender person. By combining our experiences working as a photographer and social worker within the transgender community, we hope to create a project that is simultaneously highly personal and socially relevant.

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Posted by on April 7th, 2015 at 10:00 am

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Recommendation: Chaoslife

Someone recommends…



ChaosLife is a semi-autobiographical comic. It focuses on a queer relationship between A. Stiffler and K. Copeland, who create the comic! It also delves into politics, GSM issues, mental health, pop culture, cats and other randomness.
(Taken from ChaosLife’s about page)

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Posted by on March 17th, 2015 at 08:00 am

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Anjimile – ‘Human Nature’

Submitted by Lee. Photo taken by Leah Corbett Photography.

“This is the photo featured on the album cover for Anjimile’s upcoming LP entitled ‘Human Nature.’

Anjimile is a queer non-binary black musician from Boston, and this album is a colorful, chaotic, melodic journey into the labyrinth of thoughts and feelings that we call the human condition. What does it mean to feel the body, the mind, and the soul fully? How does it feel to be a human being? What is the feeling? Anjimile explores these themes in an album written in 3 parts: Act I (You Were Born), Act II (You Will Be), Act III (You Will Die).

Find out more at and

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Posted by on March 12th, 2015 at 10:00 am

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Recommendation: PFLAG Call for your stories

XylophoneGender recommends…

Submit Your Transgender/Gender Nonconforming Journey Story

PFLAG National is looking for your journey with gender identity and/or gender expression. These stories are for possible use in PFLAG National’s most popular publication for the parents, family, and friends of people who are transgender and gender nonconforming, and will be re-released later this year in a brand-new, updated edition.

Quotes will be run anonymously!

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Posted by on March 11th, 2015 at 08:00 am

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Recommendation: BROTHERS

Someone recommends…

web series

I think it is a great series and I would like to see more episodes..

BUT: they need you all to produce another episode. I am living in Germany, I don’t have a credit card, I have no money to buy stuff from the site, and the shipping would be too expensive, and I cannot donate…
But I would like to help them.

So please!! Go on this site and help making another episode possible.

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Posted by on March 9th, 2015 at 08:00 am

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Just Toilets

Reposted from We Are The Youth.

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Posted by on February 3rd, 2015 at 10:00 am

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Remember Trans Power

Reposted from SmartAssJen. (via Radically Queer and Now.)

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Posted by on December 25th, 2014 at 10:00 am

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Multilingual Gender Neutral Pronouns

scarlet recommends…


??? / ????? / ??/???/?????/?? / ? / ? / ??? / ??? / oni/je/jejich/se / hen/hun / per/pers / vij/zaar / they/them/theirs / ze/zem/zeirs / xe/xem/xeirs (xyr) / hir/hirs/hirself / e/em/eir / ri / ?li / tema/teda/tema / ta/teda/tema / ?? / se/sen / hän/hänen / ol/mo / ille / eux / iel / ?? / ???? / ???? / ???@/?????@/???@? / ?? / ???????? / ?/?k / hín/hín/híni/híns / hé/hé/hé/hés / hán/hán/háni/háns / isuna / na / kaniana/kenkuana / isuda / da / kaniada/kadakuwada / dia / mereka / tú/siad / j?s/j?s?/jums/jus/jumis/jumyse / dia / wiya / dem/dem/deres / hen/hen(henom)/hens(henoms) / hin/hin/hins / sir/sir/sirs / el@/del@ / elx/delx / elæ/delæ / ??/?? / ?? / ??/??/??/??/??/??x / oni/nich/im/ich/nimi / oni/z njimi/njim / Elle/le/-e / de/dem (dom)/deras / hen/hen/hens / siya/sila / niya/nila / (sa) kanya/(sa) kanila / o/onlar / nhw/nhw/eu

It’s just a really useful resource, and much needed.

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Posted by on December 16th, 2014 at 08:00 am

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Hello! Address me as….

A handy sticker that tells the world your name and pronouns. Comes in five varieties: he/him/his, she/her/hers, they/them/theirs, xe/xem/xyrs, and ze/hir/hirs! Whether being used when meeting new people or as a gentle reminder to old friends, this sticker uses a familiar format to communicate the information quickly and easily.

Name stickers by Non-Newtonian Gender Fluid.

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Posted by on December 12th, 2014 at 08:00 am

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As We Fell

Reposted from

Kit Yan is a queer, transgender, and Asian American Brooklyn based slam poet from Hawaii. Kit performs entertaining and educational theatrical slam poetry pieces about his life as a queer, transgender, and Asian American through stories about family, love, and social justice.

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Posted by on December 10th, 2014 at 10:00 am

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Reposted from Gender of the Day.

“Organic genderless gingerbread figures”

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Posted by on October 29th, 2014 at 10:00 am

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Stories of Some of Our Lives

Reposted from Nia King.

“A collection of sixteen unique and honest conversations you won’t read anywhere else… Welcome to the future of QPOC art activism”

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Posted by on October 24th, 2014 at 08:00 am

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My Birthday Card – 2014

Submitted by Claude Vallee, the photographer.

“This is the best birthday card ever. Blue box with shiny pink ribbon : that is me! Even the wishes (inside and outside) are genderless (and that is a feat in French!). Officially from my mom, chosen by my sister and mother. Birthday was a while ago and I can’t stop being happy about it! ”

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Posted by on October 14th, 2014 at 08:00 am

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Recommendation: What the Night Demands

Someone recommends…

Book cover of What the Night Demands

I love it because Miles Walser is a great poet. Miles wrote some very touching stuff about trans issues, and especially if you are FTM I bet you will love this, but no matter who you are you will love the writing of this cute as hell and intelligent writer.

You can find a nice blog of Miles, where there is a lot of poetry recommended…

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Posted by on October 2nd, 2014 at 08:00 am

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Recommendation: Audacious Eleven

Robin Renee recommends…

Audacious Eleven -...

Audacious Robin is on a gender journey and discovers her androgyny along the path. We discuss the distinctions between and the interweaving of gender identity, biological sex, sexual orientation, and gender presentation. Audacious Wendy comes out as a male peacock stuck in a woman’s body.

Audacious Eleven is the #1 Talk Show for Shakespearean Rock ‘n’ Roll Tech Geek Magic and Life Empowerment.

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Posted by on September 24th, 2014 at 08:00 am

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Recommendation: You

CN recommends…

CN Lester — You
Anti-queerphobia music video from a genderqueer artist

I’m a UK trans/queer activist and artist, and my latest music video is a collaboration between friends and fellow activists to challenge the slurs we’ve been saddled with throughout our lives.

I wrote the song ‘You’ for my audiences as a thank you — so it made sense to make a video that would try to do the same thing. I was bullied badly all the way through school – biphobia, transphobia, and just in general – and I wanted to make something that addressed that head on. It’s a very simple concept — everyone in the video shows the viewer a word they’ve been called and hurt by, and then shows the camera a word that ACTUALLY describes them — but I think there’s something powerful in having to hold someone’s gaze as they tell you how others have tried — and failed — to dehumanise them.

More information on CN Lester’s work and background on Wikipedia.

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Posted by on September 21st, 2014 at 08:00 am

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Recommendation: A Map of Gender-Diverse Cultures

Someone recommends…

A Map of Gender-Diverse Cultures

Cross Cultural Gender Deviance
Interactive World Map

This is in promotion of the documentary Two Spirits, about the Navajo Two Spirit gender identity and other non-binary gender identities in the world. The map has blurbs on various identities from all around the world.

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Posted by on August 26th, 2014 at 08:00 am

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Recommendation: Born Slippy

Someone recommends…

Genderbent recasting of an already gender-bending techno song originally written and performed by Underworld.

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Posted by on August 20th, 2014 at 08:00 am

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Recommendation: Carrington

KC recommends…

It’s the unusual and true love story between writer Lytton Strachey, a gay man, and a gender-nonconforming woman, the artist Dora Carrington. When first meeting Carrington, Strachey mistakes her for a boy and asks “Who is this ravashing boy?” It’s a very touching movie that you won’t forget about any time soon.

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Posted by on August 16th, 2014 at 08:00 am

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