When I do sports, I feel flexible, strong and free. Moving your body is a way to forget the world around you and completely lose yourself in the moment. Still, as a trans person, sports do make me feel uncomfortable at times. In which locker room or team do I belong? Where are all the trans and non-binary people who
In January, docent Laurens Buijs published an opinion piece in Folia, a university related magazine, in which he calls non-binarity an empty hype. He has since then repeatedly used his platform as a social scientist to publish hateful comments against non-binary people. The non-binary community of the university of Amsterdam decided to speak out and advocate to make the University
In this photo serie The Clintess, a model singer and influencer from Malta, show her transitioning life to educate and inspire others.
By Zinga van der Veen Non-binary: not identifying with the man/woman dichotomy. That’s the best way for me to define my gender experience. In a society that’s structured in a binary way, it’s a considerable journey for people like me to find your place. How do you find acknowledgement and recognitions within and outside of the transgender community? Documentaries like Genderbende, Beste
'When you think of your gender, your culture, and your religion, where do you draw the line between ’knowing’ your identity and constructing it? I often struggle with the thought that my Jewishness and gender non-conformity cannot exist all at once.'
A photo series about safe spaces. Photographer Jip: 'To transgender people, the outside world can feel like a jungle full of uncertainties. Sometimes I experience this strongly. As if I don’t really belong. Fortunately, I know where I can find security and be myself.'