Genderqueer

19 Feb 19
Humanist+Humorist

But I’m A Cat Person All Torted Up (art | Kara Lynn, Poe, Patrick, Reseda, Cybele | worksafe) Gold and White (art | all the Beings | worksafe) Steppin’ out (sketch | Bianca/Emma | worksafe) Leif & Thorn Fancy Iona (art | Iona | worksafe) Woman in Black, Mage in Off-White (sketches | Acai, WiB […]

19 Feb 19
Design Ideas

  Women and design APRIL 13, 2018 / ELAINEXF / EDIT With the influence from the patriarchal society, women were devalued and their voices could not be heard. As well as in the design world, women have been involved in it in a variety of ways – as practitioner, theorists, consumers, historians, and as objects of representation. However, […]

19 Feb 19
The Bi-Fi Signal

I met a woman recently who was close to my age (61) and was just coming out as Bi. Now when I say coming out I mean just barely cracking that closet door. Our conversation was a real eye-opener for me as she was a grown woman who had been hiding for her entire life. […]

19 Feb 19
Angry Dragon

I haven’t been feeling well but I managed to make and list a few Pride Wands. Here they are! All of these wands (and more) are in my zibbet shop.    

18 Feb 19
ENBY-D

Talia by King Princess What Is Gender Expression? Gender expression is a huge umbrella term that refers to your personal character traits in relation to your gender identity. It can include things like your personal habits, sense of style, preferences, even down to the way you speak and move about. The APA defines gender expression […]

18 Feb 19
ReconcilingWorks

Help ReconcilingWorks welcome the newest Reconciling in Christ (RIC) community: St. John’s Lutheran Church (Brooklyn, NY). Their welcome statement reads: “Because we are loved by Jesus, the members of St. John’s Lutheran Church declare explicitly, publicly and joyfully that all people are made in the image and likeness of God, and that God has made us […]

18 Feb 19
The Turnaround Blog

Last year was a pretty good year for queer lit. Every month we saw LGBTQ titles published across every genre – fiction, biographies, history, comics, poetry. Even art and photography. Newspapers wrote about diverse representation in books. Queer authors were included on more panels and interviewed more online. There’s still a way to go, but […]

18 Feb 19
BW Reviews

5/5 CW: murder, death, loss of a loved one, PTSD depiction, grief depiction, blood depiction, and general war themes

18 Feb 19
The LGBTQ+ Experiment

The term “trans” has been used as shorthand for “transgender.” Both have been used as umbrella terms, so someone who uses the non-binary or enby might also use the term “trans” or “transgender” to describe themselves. Wait, so is “trans” the same as “transgender” or are they different? The GLAAD Media Reference Guide defines “transgender” as: An […]

18 Feb 19
The Life of Caroline Trout

As I explored the question “How does being transgender effect a person’s happiness?” I ran into many problems. The first and most prominent being, how can you quantify or measure happiness? For the purpose of answering the question, I determined a person’s happiness in two ways: their statistical mental health and personal statements. I also […]

18 Feb 19
spectrum

Non-binary, or genderqueer, is a term used to describe individuals whose gender identities are not exclusively feminine or masculine. Individuals who identify as non-binary choose to do so because they do not have an inherently female or male sense of identity. Genderqueer individuals can express a blend of masculinity and femininity in varying degrees, or […]

17 Feb 19
Why Evolution Is True

Godfrey Elfwick (aka Titania McGrath) apparently now has a regular column in The Spectator USA, and, frankly, I’m surprised that even a semi-conservative magazine would present Elfwick’s musings without saying that they’re satirical. After all,  Elfwick, McGrath and their/hir/zir schticks are so close to the fulminations of exteme Control-Leftism that they sometimes gets mistaken for […]

17 Feb 19
No Rain, No Flowers

Lay Audience: How Does Gender Inequality Affect Women’s Lives? When we touch the topic of gender, one of the first things that may come to our mind is gender inequality. Although the word itself is interdisciplinary, male privilege or gender stratification is one of the many connotations that gender encompasses. The moment we are brought […]