Putting this on the discussion page rather than the front. The book is a series of essays primarily from a queer men's perspectives, with individual essays focusing on feminine men, trans men, and genderqueer people. Beyond Masculinity. Feel free to bump to front or not.
--Kirkjobsluder 16:02, 15 April 2009 (UTC)
Kirk, this sort of thing is appropriate to post... while we're so small, I'm going to be pretty laissez faire about front-page content, so long as it's not inaccurate or transphobic. Thanks for coming by!
DaishaClaire 16:49, 15 April 2009 (UTC)
Reinvigorating the Page Edit
Like many a project that comes about with good intent I feel that (at least from me) that has been a lack of sutained commitment to this wiki. So I'm going to try and reinvest myself in the wiki by slowly adding content. My two personal commitments will be ~) to adding to an articles page on diverse visual media about T-community and/or transgenderism and 2) to strart doing profiles of trans activists/bloggers/scholars/etc.
--Gogojojo 12:32, November 15, 2009 (UTC)gogojojo