You might not know it, but I keep a list of blogs by butch, trans and genderqueer people.
Here are the latest additions:
New as of 12/29/2010:
ButchLab: Â Sinclair Sexsmith’s latest contribution to the community: Â The mission of the Butch Lab Project is to promote a greater understanding of masculine of center gender identities, expressions, and presentations, through encouraging: 1. visibility, because we feel alone; 2. solidarity, because there are many of us out there, but we donâ€™t always communicate with each other; and 3. an elevation of the discussion, because we have a long history and lineage to explore and we donâ€™t have to reinvent the wheel. Â Follow @butchlab on twitter as well.
On Being Butch: Â a very new and shiny butch-oriented blog by J-Rob, “Iâ€™ve only recently come to realize that butch is my gender, not just a role I play, and that has opened a lot of space for me to be who I am. Â Again, itâ€™s odd, Iâ€™m 33 and I have been who I am my whole life, but Iâ€™m only just starting to understand what â€œwho I amâ€ actually means.”
Butch.org: Â by Jenni Olson, director of e-commerce at WolfeVideo.com and an LBGT queer cinema historian. Â Author ofÂ The Queer Movie Poster Book (2005, Chronicle Books), Jenni was also one of the founders of PlanetOut.com where she established the massive queer film industry resource, PopcornQ. She continues to write about queer films, as well as curating, collecting, and creating them. Her feature debut,Â The Joy of Life is now available on DVD.
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