Sunday, May 26, 2013

Humanizing Genderqueer 3: James

Humanizing Genderqueer: Lived experiences of non-binary people.

Gender Wins: Recall a happy memory of when you felt most comfortable in your gender or most accepted as your gender by those around you.

When I was living in Brighton (England) and was able to walk down the street in what ever get up and no one caring or staring.

Gender Struggles: Tell about a time when circumstances would not allow, or you had to make sacrifices, to remain true to your gender.

You have to be strong to be genderqueer. it has always been 24/7 7 days a week for me, you have to ride though life and just hope people are accepting.

Humanist Involvement: Suggest something the humanist community could do to make a positive impact on your personal quality of life.

Express the importance of individuality and the different needs for different people.

How You Identify (optional): Name, age, gender, location, ethnicity, anything you deem relevant.

James, 23, Leicester, British.

Survey results shared with permission.

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