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White People: This Is How To Check Your Privilege When Asking People of Color For Their Labor by Sophia Stephens

A wonderful article that acts as a reminder that feminism should be intersectional.

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Where Are All the Bisexuals?

by Emily White, Howlround

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The Realities Of Being A Gay Woman Working In Theatre

by Hannah Hauer-King, Elle Magazine

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Theatre Artists with Disabilities are Ready, Willing, and, Yes, Able

by Allison Considine, American Theatre Magazine

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The Boys in the Band Get to Broadway. Why Not the Girls?

by Elisabeth Vincentcelli. “The discrepancy between the visibility of gay men and the invisibility of gay women is frustration, but sadly not all that surprising.”

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The ABCs of LGBT+ by Ash Mardell

The ABCs of LGBT+ is a #1 Bestselling LGBT book and is essential reading for questioning teens, teachers or parents looking for advice, or anyone who wants to learn how to talk about gender identity and sexual identity.

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Stone Butch Blues by Leslie Feinberg

Stone Butch Blues, Leslie Feinberg’s 1993 first novel, is widely considered in and outside the U.S. to be a groundbreaking work about the complexities of gender. The 20th Anniversary Author’s Edition of Stone Butch Blues is available as a free PDF copy here.

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Stealing the Herd

by Ring of Keys Member Carolyn Gage, Howlround

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GLSEN’s Journals & Books List

GLSEN's research staff regularly contribute to peer-reviewed academic journals, practitioner publications and books. Their articles and book chapters take an in-depth look at a variety of LGBTQ topics in K-12 education. Journal articles are often accessible via university libraries or your local public library.

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Gender Outlaw: On Men, Women, and the Rest of Us by Kate Bornstein

Gender Outlaw was decades ahead of its time when it was first published in 1994. Now, some twenty-odd years later, this book stands as both a classic and a still-revolutionary work—one that continues to push us gently but profoundly to the furthest borders of the gender frontier.

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Explaining White Privilege - The Best of Everyday Feminism

Another wonderful article that acts as a reminder that feminism should be intersectional.

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Don’t Call Me “Ma’am”: On the Politics of Trans Casting

by MJ Kaufman, Howlround

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Debunking “Trans Women Are Not Women” Arguments

by Julia Serano, Mediu

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Deaf West Artistic Director David Kurs: Why Deaf Actors Should Be Cast to Play Deaf Characters

by Jessica Gelt, Los Angeles Times

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Changed For Good: A Feminist History of the Broadway Musical

From the Cold War to today, Stacy Wolf highlights the women of the American musical theatre world in this book. Feminism. History. Theatre history - what more could we ask for in a book?

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Brown University’s Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies Journals

Numerous peer-review specialized journals from Brown University, covering an extensive list of topics.

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Believably Trans: Who Counts as Trans Onstage?

by MJ Kaufman, Howlround

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Are Lesbians The Black Sheep of Broadway?

by Trish Bendix

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A Quick and Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns by Archie Bongiovanni and Tristan Jimerson

Archie, a snarky genderqueer artist, is tired of people not understanding gender neutral pronouns. Tristan, a cisgender dude, is looking for an easy way to introduce gender neutral pronouns to his increasingly diverse workplace. The longtime best friends team up in this short and fun comic guide that explains what pronouns are, why they matter, and how to use them.

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