Hey everyone! This is something I wrote the other night while struggling to sleep. It was a response to a magazine I read that did a special issue based on gender. Wanting to be involved in this new community, I felt that as the owner of Ungendered.com, it was important for me and to me to sum up a bit about my persona view toward gender. I ended up with quite a long piece of writing, but if you can manage to read it all then you'll get a good insight into what has inspired this website. Happy reading!
Hopefully, you guys will have seen that Scar and I have updated the articles pages with a few more brilliant articles for you to read. Soon I will be linking the articles to discussions on the forum about them, so come along and join in. I've also marked some favourite articles, so if you want to get reading up then you can start with these. Click here to go to the articles page.
Our new best friends are an organisation called "Do Something" who are encouraging us to all do something about those things in each of us that we all know we need to change. They are on our side about gender equality, and I can't believe I've only just come across them.
I am a HUGE fan of charity, so when I got an e-mail to my personal account inviting me to view the new Sue Ryder online shop, I was delighted.
It being so close to Christmas and all, I tapped along to the 'Home and Gifts' section. And what do I find? Categories such as 'Wedding', 'Home Acessories', 'Kid's Gifts' and, oh yes, of course...
Our great friend Abbeh recently showed me an article about biological gender that has turned out to be a very important thing for me.
I thought I'd blog about the personal side of it as I'm trying my best not to turn most of the permanent pages on the site into things about me and my own experiences.
If you've had a look at the future of Ungendered page, you'll have seen that we someday plan on making genderless clothing. Currently there are no facilities to aid us in making clothes that are not defined as 'men's' and 'women's', but we are approaching at time when we can sell printed t-shirts/hoodies, that kind of thing with our own Ungendered designs.
This is where you could possibly help...
We are Gnot and Abbeh, you can get to know us a little in the Who We Are section!