So I spent the last however many years building up resources and social environments etc so I no longer felt so confused and alone about being a biromantic grey asexual woman. And now feel like I have to start all over again with being genderfluid :( I'm at the point where I don't so much have questions as like....a blank of ignorance I need to sketch out before I even know what the questions are
.( What I'm not looking for )
So does anyone have any recs? Books, websites, blogs, anything. Formal or informal, even fiction if it's got something useful to say (though not just "any good book with some mention of non binary genders"). They don't have to be entirely focussed on non binary people as long as they are genuinely inclusive. I guess what I'd like, to the extent it exists, is an equivalent to the breadth of feminist spaces, but either focussed on or equally inclusive of non binary people.
What I have so far:Notes from a Wiscon panel on The Pitfalls of Haphazard Gender Inclusion
with links to panelists' blogsNotes from a "Beyond the Binary" panel which includes a bunch of links
and the blog it's on.A post with questions about how non binary and trans people fit into feminism
and the "lifeoutsidethebinary" blog it's on.Chaos Life
is a comic created by an agender person which I generally like.
These are definitely something to start with (my browser is a wall of tabs right now :)), but recs would still be super useful.
(Also I need to make a new gender icon this one doesn't quite feel right any more!)