Gender

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After the legalization of marriage equality in October 2013, New Jersey continues to bring equality for our community and improves the steps to change gender in birth certificates for transgenders and intersex people.

Tuesday, 09 July 2013 00:35

Play: Drag King Richard III

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Bristol Shakespeare Festival Theatre Company introduces Drag King Richard III, a comedy which, between laughter, tears, tragedy and enlightenment, follows the transition of Laurie (played by Joey Hateley) from woman to man.

Thursday, 30 May 2013 22:11

LezGossip: Is Philippine Singer Charice Lesbian?

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One of the current rumour concerns the Philippine singer Charice and her sexuality after she changed her look. Turn on your gaydars!

Tuesday, 05 February 2013 06:25

Exploring Gender: This Journey

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Exploring Gender has been a large part of my life for over two years. My first post on November 17, 2010 ended with: “This is my personal search for identity, for a place, for courage. These are my thoughts, my feelings, and I hope that through sharing myself I might help others to find the courage to ask themselves those tough questions:
Who am I? Who do I feel like I should be?” My personal search is on-going, but Exploring Gender has been there through every step of discovery: coming out as trans*, learning more about the community, going to my first big pride event, changing my name. It’s been a long journey.

Tuesday, 01 January 2013 03:52

Exploring Gender: 2012 in Review

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2012 has been a year of great news for the community. Four states voted for marriage equality in November. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) ruled gender identity is covered under Title VII protections. The American Psychiatric Association (APA) announced their new Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders will list gender dysphoria instead of gender identity disorder and also put out a release in support of the trans* community. But what were your favorite Exploring Gender articles of this year?

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About

Lezbelib is the only magazine for genderfluid, genderqueer and LGBTQ women that daily keeps you updated about what is happening in the world for our community.

Through the magazine, we meet celebrities, artists and indie people. We give visibility, we support projects, we promote events, actions and companies.

Lezbelib also hopes to provide a space for exchanges and meetings, a space where you feel free to be yourself.