Have you read (or are currently reading) A Guide to Gender by Sam Killermann, and looking for ways to supplement your learning? You’re in the right place.
Or maybe you haven’t read it (yet?!), but are looking to get a better sense of what it’s all about. This is also a great page for you. Let’s get into it.
The first thing you might want to check out is this massive list of gender-education-related links. It starts out with the references from the text (so if you haven’t read it, skip those), then continues into a more broad list of articles, videos, organizations, and websites. Lots to be clicked!
If you’re looking to get your activism on IRL, go to the downloads page, where you can find versions of the Genderbread Person, and Killermann’s All-Gender Restroom design. All you need is access to a printer and you can start advocating for gender equity in meatspace.
The plan for the near future (April, May, June, and July 2017) is to add Videos, more Downloads, Graphics/Comics, and, eventually, an Audiobook to this site. So keep tuned to the mailing list if any of those sound like things you’d appreciate hearing more about.
Sam’s second TEDxTalk, titled “Understanding the Complexities of Gender” is also a nice primer/refresher on gender, if you haven’t seen it. It’s essentially A Guide to Gender, but instead of 300 pages it’s 15 minutes words. Some of it rhymes!
Finally, while Sam rarely posted on it for the first edition, this book has its very own blog, where you might see articles popping up as new resources to supplement A Guide to Gender are created and released. You can also read Sam’s gender/sexuality/social justice blog, It’s Pronounced Metrosexual, or personal-ish blog, Dear World.