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Trans YouTube Culture: FTM Search(ing)

Published on February 13th, 2013 | by Kean O'Brien

By Kean O’Brien In the service of developing a new vocabulary around the visibility of queer and trans people, the construction of “confessional” spaces needs to be reconfigured. The representation of the full spectrum of human ... Read More



Queer Poetics: A Gentle Spirit

Published on December 26th, 2012 | by Wild Gender

By: Gustavo Calvo As there our hands touch together, not knowing boundary line, there is no you and me, only us and our wings together in a panoramic view of our minds and bodies, there we ... Read More



Help Keep Wild Gender Alive!

Published on November 19th, 2012 | by Wild Gender

***As of November 25, we have reached our fund-raising goal. Thank you for your donations and for your readership!   Dear Readers, After a full year of activity, Wild Gender has served queer community members with hundreds of sensitive, ... Read More



QUEER POETICS: Pidgeons by Emmi B.

Published on October 28th, 2012 | by Wild Gender

by Emmi B In spontaneous eruption the earth revolts/ A geode sits by the thermal pools/ oceanic crevice blues, elegant purples, and brimstone reds confront our imposed domicile of homogeneity/ We tremble. A black flag and ... Read More



Utopia Strategy: A Poetic Response to Assimilation

Published on September 14th, 2012 | by Wild Gender

By Brody Wood  i wrote this pantoum about this dichotomy i’m feeling about of course never wanting to deal with assimilationists while relating to queer and trans icons (whatever) that i perceive to have real different narratives and ... Read More



Hip Homo-Hop, August Cuts

Published on September 3rd, 2012 | by Wild Gender

MYKKI BLANCO Brandishing whip-smart, radical queer lyrics, a honey wig and fabulous pedicure, Mykki Blanco, the alter ego of Michael David Quattlebaum Jr., has released “Wavvy” a new video and single. In Elle, which dubbed  Mykki “hip-hop’s ... Read More



ELEVEN QUESTIONS with Heidi Barton Stink

Published on August 8th, 2012 | by Wild Gender

By Adelaide Windsome Heidi Barton Stink is a hip-hop artist and trans activist based in Minneapolis. Her work is as much an invitation to community building and accountability as it is a call to arms for queer liberation. ... Read More

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