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Transgender People in Native American Culture

When Penny first started her transition, she did a huge amount of research on transgender. As she read up on the history of transgender people, we discovered a number of cultures have traditionally had a place in their societies for transgender people. 401 more words


Two-Spirit Identities: I Learned Some New stuff to Share!

“The two things I was most ashamed of became my biggest strengths– being a little sissy-boy Indian”

-Harlan Pruden

Today I had the pleasure of sitting in on a two-hour workshop, ‘Two-Spirit People: Then and Now’, facilitated by…

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O Gender Confused Canada!

Oh, Canada! Your neighbors to the south have always had a good time teasing you about your love of hockey, the frigid cold you endure, your brightly colored law enforcement, and your lovable way of pronouncing things, but really? 1,684 more words



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Balancing the Feminine and Masculine Inner Powers of Earth and its Inhabitants…

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Co-creative Awareness

Beyond Binary

Here is a compilation of resources to explore gender identities beyond male and female.

Cross Cultural Perspectives:

Two Spirit Identity

Intersex Perspectives: 

Anunnaki Ray’s story… 42 more words

Beyond Binary

Different Genders, Different Pasts: The Two-Spirit Identity in Native American Life

It was a mid-May morning in 1886 and all of Washington DC high society was abuzz with excited chatter in the wake of The Kirmes, a cabaret-esque pageant and dance recital that had opened in The National Theater the night before. 1,053 more words


Shamanism Part 3- Other Words, Other Worlds

I encounter with relative frequency, individuals calling themselves shamans or having an interest in shamanism in both online and offline settings. I suspect most of them are not Evenki or Tungus Siberian folks, though there is the occasional exception. 610 more words