Tag Archives: Teaching gender

How We Write & Market Gender

I think a lot about gender in general, but a few things have made me want to talk about gender with regards to children’s books recently. First, Ursula LeGuin’s (one of my superheroes) thoughts¬†on “Being a Man.”¬†And a few weeks … Continue reading

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“It’s OK to Be Neither” by Melissa Bollow Temple

My Unitarian Universalist Church is trying to earn the monicker of “Welcoming Congregation” which means that we would officially be welcoming to LGBTQ folks. As part of the process, several of us are taking a class about queer issues. Last … Continue reading

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