What does it mean to be non-binary in the 21st Century?
Our gender identity is impacted by our personal histories; the cultures, communities and countries we are born into; and the places we go and the people we meet. But the representation of contemporary non-binary identities has been limited, until now.
Pushing the narrative around non-binary identities further than ever before, this powerful collection of essays represents the breadth of non-binary lives, across the boundaries of race, class, age, sexuality, faith and more.
Leading non-binary people share stories of their intersecting lives; how it feels to be non-binary and neurodiverse, the challenges of being a non-binary pregnant person, what it means to be non-binary within the Quaker community, the joy of reaching gender euphoria.
This thought-provoking anthology shows that there is no right or wrong way to be non-binary.
Jos Twist (they/them) works as a psychologist supporting gender diverse youth in London. Their clinical, academic and research interests include diversities and intersectional identities, narrative approaches and ethics. Ben Vincent (they/them) is an academic sociologist. They specialise in transgender identity, community practices, and transgender healthcare and they are the author of Transgender Health. Meg-John Barker (they/them) is an internationally recognised and hugely influential writer, therapist and thinker on gender, sex, relationships and mental health. They are the author of a number of popular books including How To Understand Your Gender and Life Isn't Binary. Kat Gupta (they/them) is an academic and researcher living in the UK. They have researched and written about the British suffrage movement, newspaper representation of transgender people, and online erotica. Their activism focuses on LGBTQ+ Black and minority ethnic inclusion.
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