In a world of Hungry Man dinners and Cosmo magazine, it's pretty clear that the media has limited portrayals of gender expression. When we do find folks queering up gender, they're more often found hidden in the real world--that ambiguously gendered person on the bus every morning, that baby sitter you had who always seemed a little butch, your crazy uncle who used to hide tubes of lipstick beneath the kitchen sink.
Where have you seen your own gender presentation reflected? Let's find out!
This Wednesday (January 13th) 7:00 at Affinity Community Services
Genderqueer Chicago is an inclusive community, welcoming everyone who wants a space to talk about personal gender issues. Yes, that includes you. Reporters and researchers are asked to respect this safe space and refrain from attending- but you can e-mail us at Genderqueerchicago@gmail.com