The sisters has been away for quite awhile but if you’ve been in touch with local activism, WE’RE STILL AROUND!!!
Some news update…
Marla Bendini will be selling selected paintings and artifacts in this fundraiser to continue work in queer representation.
Kelvin Atmadibrata, organiser of Rainbowartsproject, will also be selling his works.
Thank you for your support
Details for Fundraiser:
10-11 Feb | 12pm-8pm
229A South Bridge Road
All proceeds will go into supporting QUEER CREATURES!
Marla will also be part of an artist panel in the Art and Activism Conference in Supermarket, Stockholm independent art fair.
confidence in the real world…
what if my parents knew…
Is this cocktail of HRT going to kill me?
I am beautiful
but I am not ‘passable’.
in all the adversity:
A sharing session for transgendered, transsexual, crossdresser, intersexed, sistas … community. This is not a talk. Feel free to just drop in and listen but we would love for you to come forth and share your experiences and knowledge.
Sisters sitting in a circle, Sisters in Solidarity.
7.00pm – 9.00pm
CNN iReport: “I am transgender, and I want my voice to be heard.”
Avery was one of several people who participated in an iReport assignment that asked transgender, transsexual and questioning people to create a message they wanted others to know.
The task was simple: Make a sign with your message, and take a photo of yourself holding it. The responses were powerful and surprisingly candid.
Avery’s message simply said, “I am talented, creative, and beautiful, and I refuse to be tyrannized by a letter.”
She was referring to the letters “M” and “F” commonly used on forms to denote gender. Avery says that a choice like “male” or “female” that usually seems like a no-brainer is fraught with consequences for transgender people.
“That M or F on a document” too often is used to discriminate against us.
Legally, because Avery has not had gender reassignment surgery, she is still referenced as male on some documents and female on others.
Read full CNN iReport here