Shout Outs for Genderqueer Blogs, Gender Odyssey Early Registration

I’d like to welcome Jake Jacobsen’s new blog, Genderqueer Pie Please, to the always-expanding family of Butch, Genderqueer, Gender Non-Conforming and Trans* masculine bloggers:

Genderqueer isn’t a new movement, it isn’t even a movement, or new, it’s been around a long, long time, as long as I can remember. Ways of being “out”, seen, heard, and conceptualized are continuously being created through our use of language, and not just by the so called sexual minority, but by everyone. Genderqueer is one of those fairly recent creative wordage attempts at redefining a lived experience of gender that is a reality for a portion of the population.

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I realized as I was surfing the GQ sites that there is a real perspective shift related to age and era.

 

I watch my blog stats eagerly for new resources that may be linking to me and that’s how I found this Delicious list of Genderqueer web destinations collected by Marilyn Roxie.  The list includes several blogs and sites I’ve never heard of, for example, The Femme Dandy tumblr, an article on coming out as genderqueer at age 50,  a genderqueer tumblr, an alternative bingo game, and other, interesting pieces on genderqueer and non-binary identity, including my big list of blogs related to Genderqueer/Butch/Trans*/Gender non-Conforming identities.

 

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Are you planning to attend Gender Odyssey this year?  If so, you may want to get in on the early registration discount offered until March 18.  Also, if you are thinking about submitting a session idea, the deadline for Gender Odyssey Workshops is February 22.

 

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One Response to Shout Outs for Genderqueer Blogs, Gender Odyssey Early Registration

  1. maddox says:

    I feel a lot of people don’t find me as easily because I don’t use the labels “genderqueer” or “androgyne” very much, even though they are equally applicable and very related. Glad to see this getting coverage elsewhere.

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