Genny is one of the individuals profiled in Authentic Selves, a new book and photo exhibit that celebrates trans and nonbinary people and their families. They were also interviewed for a story about the book.
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Genny Was Featured in a News Story about Nonbinary Gender Markers
Genny’s experiences with having an “X” on their driver’s license were discussed in a local NPR story about the option to have a nonbinary gender marker on Massachusetts licenses (unfortunately, the story left out Genny talking about how they have white privilege in being able to have a state document identifying them as nonbinary).
How to Find a Trans-Inclusive College
Genny was recently interviewed by Best Colleges on how trans high school students can know if a college is going to be supportive of them. See the video here.
Genny Featured in an Article about Trans College Athletes
Genny’s thoughts about the limits being placed on trans women to compete in college athletics were featured in a Feb. 25, 2022 article in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.
Dating While Nonbinary
Genny was featured in a USA Today article about dating as a nonbinary person, “How Society’s Views on Gender Impact Relationships.”
Panel discussion: Trans Rights Priorities for the Biden Administration
March 29, 2021 1:00 PM PT/4:00 PM ET On March 29, Genny facilitated a panel of national trans leaders in a discussion of the gains that they are trying to make during this presidential administration and what they hope the political landscape for trans people will look like in four years. Among the topics covered …
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Panel discussion: The State of Trans Studies in the 2020s
April 9, 2021 6:00 PM PT/9:00 PM ET On April 7, five contributors to the new SAGE Encyclopedia of Trans Studies shared their expert perspectives on the current state of trans studies and what we can expect for the field in the future. The panel was introduced by Genny Beemyn and moderated by Emily Skidmore, associate …
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New Encyclopedia of Trans Studies
Announcing the publication of The SAGE Encyclopedia of Trans Studies, edited by Abbie Goldberg and Genny Beemyn! From the publisher’s press release: SAGE Publishing announces the release of The SAGE Encyclopedia of Trans Studies, a two-volume set featuring 300+ entries that examine experiences of the trans community across different subjects, cultures, and life stages. Containing …