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Sunday, 08 April 2012 00:00

Exploring Gender : Trans/Love

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Being trans* is not easy for many reasons. Sometimes acceptance is hard to find. There are so many questions, so many what ifs. And I battle against those every day. But the hardest thing for me personally is relationships. I have amazing friends and a great family, but sex, love, connections: those are separate beings. The fact is that label designates an existence outside of the realm of normal experience, even for those in the LGB community who also step outside of those boundaries. If a lesbian dates a transman, what does that mean for her identity? If a straight female dates a transwoman, what does that mean for her identity? Or how does any other combination of trans* person and significant other affect that partner's identity? It takes a strong person to be comfortable enough with themselves and society to date a trans* person.

 

 

 

Monday, 05 March 2012 23:56

WikiQueer, The LGBT Encyclopedia

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Under the name of WikiQueerWikiQueer, we have from now on a LGBT online encyclopedia.

Monday, 13 February 2012 01:53

Exploring Gender: Poetry Reflecting on Gender

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Poetry is a large part of my life, and not just writing it, but reading, watching, exploring it. It can be used to capture so much feeling, and I wanted to share a few spoken word pieces which reflect on gender by some great poets: Andrea Gibson, Miles Walser, and Alysia Harris and Aysha El Shamayleh.

Friday, 30 December 2011 23:53

Why is Sappho Called the Tenth Muse?

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Dear Sappho,

Why is Sappho called the Tenth Muse? What qualities, attributes or gifts has she bestowed on humanity that would make her worthy of such a title?

Curious

Wednesday, 16 November 2011 00:13

Amelia, 14, Launched The Make It Safe Project

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Amelia-Roskin-Frazeel

At the end of the year, we will propose to you to vote and to give some awards and Amelia Roskin-Frazeel could be one of the nominees if we just look on her resume as a LGBT activist.

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