publishbiyuti:


b. binaohan’s first print book is now available!
decolonizing trans/gender 101 is a short, accessible disruption of the hegemonic and imperial aspirations of white trans/gender theory. it seeks to remedy the reductive (and, thus, violent erasure) nature of trans/gender 101s that seek to explicate (but really construct) a white trans/gender discourse assumed to have universal legitimacy. a legitimacy that has widespread implications and consequences far beyond the borders of whiteness.
Buy the ebook! (it includes an epub and a pdf)
Buy the print edition!
Don’t forget that biyuti publishing subscribers can read the web-book to their heart’s content!

publishbiyuti:

b. binaohan’s first print book is now available!

decolonizing trans/gender 101 is a short, accessible disruption of the hegemonic and imperial aspirations of white trans/gender theory. it seeks to remedy the reductive (and, thus, violent erasure) nature of trans/gender 101s that seek to explicate (but really construct) a white trans/gender discourse assumed to have universal legitimacy. a legitimacy that has widespread implications and consequences far beyond the borders of whiteness.

Buy the ebook! (it includes an epub and a pdf)

Buy the print edition!

Don’t forget that biyuti publishing subscribers can read the web-book to their heart’s content!

topsidepress:

The wonderful (and Lammy-winning) poet Trish Salah is doing a FREE WORKSHOP for trans/two-spirit/generqueer writers at the Feminist Art Gallery (25 Seaforth Avenue) in Toronto this Sunday, 3pm. There are only ten places and several are gone already. Register (quick!) by emailing her at trishsalah@yahoo.ca.

(Sybil Lamb is going, but said she wouldn’t take up a full space, because she takes so many bathroom breaks!)

topsidepress:

The wonderful (and Lammy-winning) poet Trish Salah is doing a FREE WORKSHOP for trans/two-spirit/generqueer writers at the Feminist Art Gallery (25 Seaforth Avenue) in Toronto this Sunday, 3pm. There are only ten places and several are gone already. Register (quick!) by emailing her at trishsalah@yahoo.ca.

(Sybil Lamb is going, but said she wouldn’t take up a full space, because she takes so many bathroom breaks!)

"Their gender transitions have impact, but not always as much, or in the ways, they’re expecting; more often than not, being trans draws others to them: other trans women, trans and cis lovers, trans and cis friends."
Mitch Kellaway in Lambda Literary on Casey Plett’s A SAFE GIRL TO LOVE

Read the full Lambda Literary review here.

originalplumbing:

Must Watch! TRANSMORMON is an award-winning short film about a young trans woman named Eri that touches on her transition, her Mormon faith & tight-knit family.

pigeonbits:

A couple panels I like from the minicomic about nonbinary gender I’m working on.  Still on track to hopefully have copies by SDCC!  (And in the meanwhile, all the pages are being posted to my patreon as I finish ‘em — up to 12 now!)

pigeonbits:

A couple panels I like from the minicomic about nonbinary gender I’m working on.  Still on track to hopefully have copies by SDCC!  (And in the meanwhile, all the pages are being posted to my patreon as I finish ‘em — up to 12 now!)

lucas-time:

A Day In The Life Of A Trans Man

(Not mine- made by a fellow trans man who wishes to remain anonymous and Fixers UK)

the-cheeseistrapped:

If you haven’t seen this you really should, a short film by Ruby Rose about gender roles, Trans and what it is like to have an identity that deviates from the status quo.

Note: Please don’t bind with ace bandages.