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Imogen Binnie

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Imogen Binnie wrote a monthly column for Maximum Rocknroll magazine for about nine years, as well as the zines The Fact That It's Funny Doesn't Make It A Joke and Stereotype Threat. Her novel Nevada won a 2013 MOTHA award and then lost at the Lambda Literary Awards. Then she wrote for TV shows Doubt and Council of Dads, as well as the (eventually) upcoming Cruel Summer. She lives near Keene, New Hampshire with her family.

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“Eventually you can't help but figure out that, while gender is a construct, so is a traffic light, and if you ignore either of them, you get hit by cars. Which, also, are constructs.”
Imogen Binnie, Nevada

“...nobody really wants to be a trans woman, i.e. nobody wakes up and goes whoa, maybe my life would be better if I transitioned, alienating most of my friends and my family, I wonder what'll happen at work, I'd love to spend all my money on hormones and surgeries, buying a new wardrobe that I don't even understand right now, probably become unlovable and then ending my short life in a bloody murder.”
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“Maybe convincing yourself that you could never transition is a defense mechanism that enabled you to survive high school, family, work—but like most defense mechanisms, it wasn’t conscious, and like most defense mechanisms, it became a pattern you weren’t aware of, and then, like most defense mechanisms, at some point it stopped making your life easier and started making your life harder.”
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message 6: by Ena

Ena Rusnjak Markovic Congratulations on your publication! I can't wait to read it. I will be ordering a number of copies from my local bookstore in order to pass out to my friends here in Sydney, Australia.

All the best :)


Shannon i like your face and the expression on it.


message 4: by Zara

Zara MAN, DID I MISS YOU. I sorta unlined myself by deleting my Facebook and Myspace and (yes I still had) my Friendster pages. I was going to delete my Livejournal because I started a new blog to house all my old Myspace blogs, but then I stopped using that, too.

Grad school and a baby have really fucked up my online life. CURSES!!!


Marts  (Thinker) Hi Imogen
Nice to meet you!


Imogen Yeah! I would love that. I didn't know you had a new account! I miss your journal too!


message 1: by dp.

dp. hey i'm going to add you on LJ to my new acct.

081982.

is that cool? will pleeeeeease friend me back? i miss your journal!


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