A really good letter/article on what it means to identify as genderqueer. I identify as male but I think it is important to allow people to not be squished into that dichotomy if they don't want to be. This article talks about real world ways of doing that.
[Link removed. Contains material inappropriate for Malesurvivor.]
edit: If anyone is interested, you just need google "coming out genderqueer: an open letter." The article itself is not inappropriate, it was the ads on the site. That's my bad. I surf with a pretty robust ad-blocker so they didn't show up for me.
Edited by Jacob S (01/15/14 02:30 AM)
"As long as the child within is not allowed to become aware of what happened to him or her, a part of his or her emotional life will remain frozen . . . all appeals to love, solidarity, and compassion will be useless."
-- Alice Miller