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September 27, 2018

What do I do now? My kids are starting to read. It’s wonderful and it’s terrible. It’s the end of an era. A feeling of panic is setting in.

I’ve been changing pronouns and details on the fly ever since I started reading to them. Thus, to date, most of our books have fea...

June 12, 2018

Someone who follows GenderJabber.org and knows that I collect (and read to my kids) gender-inclusive children’s books suggested I check out Jamie is Jamie, written by Afsaneh Moradian and illustrated by Maria Bogade. It’s a quick and simple read probably best for 2-4 y...

I've been working on a resource to give to teachers. My teachers. Also, hopefully your teachers. A resource that would tell them about why its so important to use gender inclusive language. Why it's not just important to show representations of LGBQ/T families and peop...

Songs are an amazing kind of oral history. If you grow up in the US, you learn a canon of songs by some kind of strange osmosis. At some point, my kids started singing songs they learned from school and were shocked when I knew all the words. Of course I knew all the w...

February 2, 2017

The Reading Gender-Inclusive Books (RGB) project came from brainstorming about different approaches to make existing books more gender-inclusive and to facilitate dissemination of the idea to a wider group of people.

It also came out of me recognizing that I am really c...

January 27, 2017

I wanted to take a minute to talk more about some of the philosophical underpinnings of this website. To me, it’s about gender. It’s about making the category of gender really big. It’s about making sure people, especially kids, have options. It’s about transgender and...

November 8, 2016

As I think a lot of parents do in the digital world, I constantly think about turning all the funny things that happen with my kids, the disasters, the strokes of parenting brilliance, the clever things, into a blog. Especially because I think that the way that my wife...

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