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This picture makes me think of a child trapped in a gender box. Thought I would share.
[image: huge capital, black letters spelling out the word “THEY”. underneath in small black letters is the sentence, “How difficult is it to remember my pronouns?”]
I want a genderqueer book. I want a book that the character is genderfluid and the character gets to be called by male and female and neutral pronouns whenever they want to. I came up with a possible character that fits this description for a fantasy book. The character would be genderqueer and then their gender expression would shift from androgynous to more masculine or more feminine or more agender depending on how they feel. The person would also have a gender neutral name. I think they would make a great character xD.
Does anybody know of any books with genderqueer characters?
Sooooooo…I want to do a drag performance. I think that drag is a celebration of gender expression and fucks with gender roles. Both of these are important to me. I am currently thinking about different genderfucking ideas if you have any. Anyway, this brings to mind a debate that I have heard in the Trans* community. I have experienced some MTFs and FTMs who have had discomfort about drag. Some of the arguments I have heard are that they are scared that they will be associated with the drag performers, that they will seem less legitimate. I don’t feel that I can be as empathetic to this, because of my personal gender identification’s fluidity. Yet, I would love to hear other people’s thoughts. Any arguments for or against?
Has anyone else experienced this? What are your thoughts on it?
[Image: A sepia photo of a female-bodied individual binding and packing; the words read “Sometimes, I feel dysphoric about my body…but I know genderqueer is the right word for me. Is it normal to be okay with being in-between?”]