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A person who is genderfluid prefers to remain flexible about their gender identity rather than committing to a single gender. They may fluctuate between genders or express multiple genders at the same time.
“ The truth is, that we are in a state of emergency. In the past few years, we have seen an onslaught of legislation... targeting gender non-conforming people... Our communities are under attack. Regardless of whether these pieces of legislation pass, the fact that they're even being considered suggests just how disposable we are considered to be. ...more ”
This is a safe space for LGBTQ+ writers, readers, and allies to come together and support one an…more
[close] This is a safe space for LGBTQ+ writers, readers, and allies to come together and support one another through the grueling and rewarding journey that is the author life! Use this group to find free beta readers for your unpublished LGBTQ+ book babies. If you're able to return the favor, please do! :) This is not a group for approaching authors with paid services.
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[close] A group for non-cis identifying people to explore and share their readings and other media with a focus on creators who identify as non-cis and on media representing (ideally as main characters) non-cis character(s). What we mean by "non-cis" is: transgender, genderqueer, nonbinary, genderfluid, or anyone who doesn't identify with their assigned gender at birth.
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If you are trying to read more recent LGBTQ+ nonfiction; from memoir and biography, to anthology…more
[close] If you are trying to read more recent LGBTQ+ nonfiction; from memoir and biography, to anthology, history, essay, research, & more--this is a group for you! Virtual book club meets once a month on the last Monday of the month at 6pm EST via zoom. Follow us on facebook and instagram @javelinbookclub
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We're a new group building a reliable bookshelf-database of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horro…more
[close] We're a new group building a reliable bookshelf-database of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror books that do NOT mention sexual violence or dubious sexual consent. We're inspired by Sarah Gailey's essay urging authors to "Do Better" https://www.tor.com/2016/08/22/do-better-sexual-violence-in-sff/ Join our long term project by sharing your recent reads in our monthly chat. Once a month we update the bookshelf database but recommendations are welcome everyday of the year!
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