Tips for massage therapist who want to become intentionally welcoming to individuals of all genders and gender expressions.
This audio recording for the Somatics Toolkit shares a practice created by Nicole Bindler that explores the development of the gonads, which are embryonic, unsexed ovaries, testis, or nonbinary variations. Through sensing or imagining our undifferentiated embryonic origins, and potential variations in our adult bodies, we can explore an underlying biological explanation for sex and gender fluidity, broaden and complexify our understanding of human sex and gender expression, and repattern any fixed, binary notions of sex and gender that we hold in our bodies or minds.
Sarah Mann-O’donnell reflects in her blog on her experience participating in a Clitoral Embodiment workshop with Nicole Bindler, “…my experience of her clitoral embodiment work was quite simply that of a gentle revolution. I use this term to try to capture the nexus of affirmation, challenge, respect, attention to social justice, and qualitative change through innovation that she offers.
This podcast is for all of us queerly bodied people. Sometimes it feels like there is a constricting demand on our bodies, that we must look or feel or experience pleasure in a certain way.
This is an online form, to be part of a growing resource that is an online directory of queer and trans ASL interprtors of colour across the USA. You can also be in touch with the two people who created the form, resource to ask questions or give suggestions.
This is a Guide to Being an Ally to Transgender and Non-binary Youth, it is an introductory educational resource that covers a wide range of topics and best practices on how to support transgender and non-binary people.
This article is written in Spanish. The artcile is by Black, Trans artist “LoMaasBello” from Buenaventura, Colombia talking about what inclusive language means to people of fluid gender.
This interview is written in spanish, the article is about Louis Yupanqui, who had to face various situations of racism in their country. As they became an Afro activist, they began to question themself about their sexuality and their body. Here they write about the process of discovering and affirming their identity.
Resource list put together by adrienne maree brown around relinquishing the patriarchy. for example projects that support men with toxic masculinity etc.
A basic, brief guide through the alphabet looking at terms for gender and sexuality.