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What We Can Learn About Gender From
Trans women have claimed it as an allegory for gender transition since at least 2012. But allegorically is the least interesting way to read anything.
This Artist Is a Gender Unicorn
Cupid Ojala’s pure delight in being who he is.
Jill Soloway Wonders What the Word ‘Woman’ Is For and Revisits an Old Debate
Plus, Soloway revisits a debate with Jenji Kohan about the female gaze.
This Exhibit Wants to Challenge Everything You Think You Know About Gender
Meet the artists showing in the New Museum’s “Trigger: Gender As a Tool and a Weapon.”
The Story Behind
’s First Gender-Fluid Character
“For the first couple of seasons, we didn’t know what the endpoint was.”
Star Asia Kate Dillon Questions Emmy Actor/Actress Divide
“I’d like to know if in your eyes ‘actor’ and ‘actress’ denote anatomy or identity and why it is necessary to denote either in the first place?”
Asia Kate Dillon on
, Nonbinary Gender Identity, and Making TV History
Dillon is the first nonbinary actor to play a nonbinary character on television.
‘BoJack Horseman’ Creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg Breaks Down Comedy’s […]
BoJack Horseman creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg has been fielding questions from fans via his Tumblr this week, and his most interesting response […]