Event Schedule for "Beyond the Binary"

2017.CHO.GENE.012.005.pdf

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programs

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First full page of event schedule for "Beyond the Binary" event in Rochester, NY on July 20-22 [year unknown].

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Contact the Buffalo-Niagara LGBTQ History Project for more information.

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Part Of "Beyond the Binary" event program

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5.5 x 4.25 inches

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English

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" bending, blending, or breaking stereotypical gender appearances and mannerisms, resulting in a mixture of non-stereotypical gender identifiers that provoke the onlooker to question their gender assumptions. Fuck your gender! Yaaaaaay gender fuck! / **Critical Mass** is a slow-moving, leaderless bicycle ride that celebrate cycling and cyclists' right to the road. CM is an event and not an organization. Rochester Critical Mass has it's [sic] monthly ride on the last Friday of the month, 6PM, at the Liberty Pole in Downtown. Ride Daily~Celebrate Monthly! / A common misconception is that male cross-dressers are both gay and prostitutes, whereas the truth of the matter is that most cross-dressers that I've met hold down more mainstream jobs, careers, or professions, are marries, and are practicing heterosexuals. / 7PM: Deconstructing Gender (a gender 101 workshop): / After the F*ck your Gender Critical Mass, come out for an evening of deconstructing and challenging societal assumptions on gender and sexuality. Come view a dazzling film montage and join an exciting dialogue on personal experiences with gender roles. With activities inspired by Kate Borstein's Gender Workbook, find out what it means to be "perfectly gendered" or a gender outlaw. / Location: St. Joe's House of Hospitality, 402 South Ave. "

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event program

Citation

“Event Schedule for "Beyond the Binary",” The Buffalo-Niagara LGBTQ History Project, accessed November 19, 2018, https://bnlgbtqhistory.omeka.net/items/show/91.