So what is Genderpedia.net now? It's a resource wiki, a space where community (like you! email me) can list what they know about gender diversity, which might help others to (1) gain awareness about a loved one's experience, or a co-worker's, or a college roommate's, (2) find more about what feels true for themself, (3) do research to find out how to be a better ally, (4) all of the above, or (5) anything else you can think of.
My name is Boston Davis Bostian, and I'd love for you to be involved: email me to create an account so you can add resources, or just check out what's already here. If for some reason you don't feel comfortable editing Genderpedia.net, email your resource(s) to [email protected] and I'll make sure they get on here! Also thanks to Sara Mason and Monica Cortez - two people dedicated to information access who have recently been added to the team as Spanish (Language) Resources Coordinator and Intersex Resources Coordinator. Email [email protected] or [email protected] to give them some great ideas!
Disclaimer: My goal is not to define terms or write content for specific topics, but to list resources so that those interested can do their own research. As a librarian, I try not to lean too heavily into my own persona biases, though that's difficult not to do at times. Nonetheless, I'll perhaps list resources that make some uncomfortable for whatever reason; that's almost unavoidable. Though my purpose in doing this wiki is to spread awareness, my ethical responsibility as a librarian is just to promote information access. Please take that into consideration.