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Trans* and trans*-inclusive word nerds, tally ho!

I need some examples of organisations using trans*inclusive language in interesting and welcoming ways - particularly on the web and on social media. When I need to communicate that a group is open to women and trans* people, but not cisgender dudes, I feel like I'm using the same clunky phrases every damn time. Help me find new ways to say it without tying myself in linguistic knots. [more inside]
posted by embrangled on Sep 8, 2014 - 30 answers

Need a Women's Writing Group Online

I'd like to join an online women's writing group. Poetry, essays, short stories. [more inside]
posted by watercarrier on May 20, 2011 - 2 answers

I can haz policy?

So, I’m applying for an amazing-sounding job with an organization that works to create peace and address the root causes of violence against women internationally. They want a sample of policy writing, but I haven’t done any! [more inside]
posted by anonymous on Mar 5, 2010 - 4 answers

Know any good blogs by high school or college age females?

Know any good blogs by high school or college age females? [more inside]
posted by Joe Beese on Oct 28, 2009 - 7 answers

How many men have written work under a woman's name?

Can you think of any men who write, or have written, or create in any medium, under a woman's name? (I'm excluding transsexuals, and examples such as men in Shakespearean theatre and Japanese Noh Theatre.) There are plenty of women who have written under men's names, but I can't come up with a single example of the other way round. A true situation, or just my ignorance? [more inside]
posted by kestralwing on Nov 25, 2008 - 43 answers

What would a teenage boy learn about women from reading romance novels?

What would a teenage boy learn about women from reading romance novels? [more inside]
posted by spoobnooble on Oct 9, 2007 - 41 answers

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