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Genderfluid Pronouns Necklace


Reposted from Save your Scissors.

“Gender isn’t a binary, and it isn’t always a fixed point either. We’d seen pronoun necklaces before and thought they were very cool and could be useful, except for one problem: they didn’t change.

This necklace is for anyone who is genderqueer, genderfluid, bigender, people in multiple systems where there is more than one gender, and anyone else who finds one set of gender pronouns to be inadequate for their self or selves expression. Flip the charms over to change which one is visible at the front, to let people know which pronouns you want used for yourself at the current time.

We used to offer pre-made sets of pronouns, but there’s no way for those to cover everyone! So finally, it’s here: PICK YOUR OWN PRONOUNS! :D”

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Posted by on July 31st, 2015 at 08:00 am

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Affordable Jeans


Affordable Jeans for Trans Men and Friends.

“Looking for Jeans to fit trans male bodies? Check this article on Qwear out!”

A reader wrote in asking about recommendations for affordable jeans for trans men. We surveyed our staff and the community about their favorite mens* jeans. It can take a lot of trial and error to find the perfect pair of jeans, but I promise they’re out there. Everybody is shaped differently, so these are just good starting places.

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Posted by on July 3rd, 2015 at 08:00 am

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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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Recommendation: In a Bind


XylophoneGender recommends…

Banner for "In a Bind", the logo looks like a ball of blue, red, purple, and magenta wool. Part of TransActive Education & Advocacy; their logo consists of four puzzle pieces in the same four colours as the wool.

In a Bind
Binder Exchange Program for Youth

Several binder exchange programs limit recipients to binary-identified guys only. In a Bind doesn’t. On their eligibility page, they state that their program is “for trans-masculine and genderqueer youth suffering from gender dysphoria resulting in discomfort about their chest.”

The program is focused on the USA, but they encourage youth from elsewhere to contact them for recommendations in other countries.

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Posted by on January 11th, 2014 at 08:00 am

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Recommendation: My recent posting in “The New Male”



Juan
recommends…

My blog promotes designers and creators of unconventional fashions for men. I also hope to encourage fellow-males (no matter what their sexual orientation may be) to wear skirts, high heels, jewelry, and other garments traditionally considered too “feminine” or “inappropriate” for men.

I think Genderfork readers would enjoy many of the images I’ve posted, so I’m inviting you all to pay me a visit.

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Posted by on January 23rd, 2011 at 04:00 pm

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Recommendation: Dapper Queers


RMDavison recommends…

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DapperQueers
Tumblr Page

This is a wonderful collection of photos of dapper genderforking individuals. I have a feeling this will be my one of my new favorite pages in the very near future. I’m think I’m already hooked!

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Posted by on August 9th, 2010 at 04:00 pm

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Recommendation: Keen Shoes


Phoenix recommends…

Keen Shoes
Shoes and Accessories

I like Keen shoes because they have a lot of androgynous styles in all sizes. Some shoes run wider than average, but they don’t offer wide sizes.

Feel free to check them out! And please share any shoe brands you know who offer non-gendered shoes – bonus if they come in wide sizes!

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Posted by on February 28th, 2010 at 08:00 am

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Recommendation: Future Shock


Mars recommends…

future shock

I put this link to this through the photographer’s site, not the brand’s, because that’s how I found it, and I wasn’t sure whose idea the shoot was. Basically, Future Shock Collective is a new clothing line / brand centered in South Africa but mainly selling in Europe that’s launching its first line shortly.
Chris Saunders shot the first images of this line (which I think is absolutely gorgeous) and decided to shoot both the men’s and women’s lines on a very androgynous-looking female model. And she definitely rocks the suit.

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Posted by on November 19th, 2009 at 08:00 am

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Recommendation: Rad Hourani’s Unisex Line


Britni recommends…

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These are hip, casual designer clothes meant to be worn by anyone and everyone! It’s amazing to see someone in the design world, especially at the higher end of the industry, doing something that really breaks gender barriers. The clothes are modern, wearable, and totally cool.

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Posted by on August 25th, 2009 at 04:00 pm

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