Late notice for WAM!It Yourself: Is It a Boy or a Girl? Improving Media Coverage Beyond the Binary

Join us tomorrow for a radio-style program on non-binary and non-conforming gender and the media, as part of Women, Action and the Media’s WAM! It Yourself decentralized conference. Hosted by Avory Faucette and featuring an exciting array of guests — including1 yours truly — you can tune in via Blog Host Radio, or call in to join the conversation.

It starts at 10am EDT (I’ll be talking with Avory for the first half hour of the program) — which, for those keeping track, is indeed 7am here in cloudy Portland. Never say I don’t do anything for you people.

Sorry for the late notice, but I do hope you can join us. Unless you’re sleeping. In which case, enjoy it. For me.

Also check out the rest of WAM! It Yourself’s schedule. It runs through the end of March, featuring sessions in cities across the USA2 and online.

  1. Inexplicably.
  2. And Canada, eh.
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4 Responses to Late notice for WAM!It Yourself: Is It a Boy or a Girl? Improving Media Coverage Beyond the Binary

  1. Explicably: because you know your stuff, and your stuff includes non-binary gender and raising kids free to be who they are. Not only are you included, but you got top billing. You go, Arwyn!

  2. I am so glad this show is available after it aired. I was unable to listen to it when it first aired. I’ll be sharing this link with like minded people. Such an awesome topic.

  3. One-time Listener

    I wasn’t up on time to see it (West Coast dweller here), but I gave it a listen, and it was pretty great. Your humility and flexibility as a parent are pretty inspiring. I also loved the discussion of what the style books have to say on preferred pronouns and the activisty stuff. Informative!

  4. Hey there, have you seen this kickstarter campaign? It’s a couple of people trying to write a children’s book series about exploring gender beyond the binary…

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