IdentityTBD

IdentityTBD

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496 weeks ago @ Genderfork - Somewhere there's... · 0 replies · +1 points

I think the Venn diagram of Browncoats and the gender-variant would be a single circle.

496 weeks ago @ Genderfork - Profile: Liz · 0 replies · +1 points

"...anything but feminine, only because for so long, people have said it to try to repress my female masculinity."

Reverse the values, and this is totally where I am. Thank you, Liz.

498 weeks ago @ Genderfork - Profile: Brendle · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks for posting, Brendle.

(I used to teach Ulysses! ^_^ But that was before I re-re-repugnosed in re-re-repugnant.
Check out my essay on Joyce & Beckett: http://homepage.mac.com/minimalcopy/FileSharing11... )

499 weeks ago @ Genderfork - Profile: Hann · 0 replies · +1 points

You are my new favorite string of ones and noughts.

"…if people are confused, it makes them think."

If only that were compulsory. Still, it is brilliant.

499 weeks ago @ Genderfork - Recommendation: Enough... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks for posting the home-use link, Steph.

499 weeks ago @ Genderfork - Profile: Shilo · 0 replies · +1 points

"Some people feel trapped by having to choose just one."

Totally.

503 weeks ago @ Genderfork - George Washington · 0 replies · +1 points

Quinn,

Thanks for your comments. Gender presentation is about a lot more than dress. In this image, I believe it is more about posture and gesture than articles of clothing. And it is more about the perception of femininity (based on our modern standards) than the historical reality.

GW is not just any historical figure. The fact that the "father of our country" was completely comfortable posing in that limp-wristed, hand-on-hip gesture doesn't mean he was lacking in masculinity. The gesture makes him appear effeminate to us because we have been conditioned to understand the limp-wrist gesture as a code for effeminate behavior. That, to me, is what makes this image a genderfork.

504 weeks ago @ Genderfork - Recommendation: Transg... · 0 replies · +1 points

Kim was recently in the news. On June 11, when the KRXQ Sacramento deejays apologized for their transphobic comments, they had Kim Pearson and Autumn Sandeen on the air for a few hours: http://www.krxq.net/pages/4572809.php

504 weeks ago @ Genderfork - Lydia Thompson, the fa... · 1 reply · +1 points

Mish - Let me add my apologies as well. I am the site editor--and a fan of contemporary burlesque. I should have read the piece with greater sensitivity and edited with a heavier hand.

504 weeks ago @ Genderfork - Profile: D. · 0 replies · +1 points

I use gender-neutral pronouns when talking to/about others, but, like D., I dress to confuse rather than to pass. I don't expect non-queers to know what to call me. Even better is when they call me "sir" and "ma'am" over the course of a conversation, or "correct" themselves from one to the other.