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gender spectrum collection

Behind the Scenes of Broadly's Gender-Inclusive Stock Photo Shoot

From the set of the Gender Spectrum Collection, photographer Zackary Drucker and models involved in the shoot discuss why transgender and non-binary representation matters.
Broadly Staff
3.26.19
editors letter

Why We Created a Gender-Inclusive Stock Photo Library

The Gender Spectrum Collection is a stock photo library featuring trans and non-binary models that aims to help media better represent members of these communities.
Lindsay Schrupp
3.26.19
Life

Gender Marker X: One Person's Journey Beyond M or F

AC Dumlao grew up in New York City during a time when most people didn't even know what trans and gender nonconforming meant—today, the city finally acknowledges they exist.
Diana Tourjée
1.25.19
Power

Alyssa Milano on Why Cis Women Must Fight for Transgender Rights

Our struggles are not separate from the struggles of the transgender community—they’re bound up in each other, intertwined.
Alyssa Milano
10.23.18
LGBTQ rights

New York City Adds Gender-Neutral Option X to Birth Certificates

The new law, titled Intro 954, makes it easier for transgender and non-binary people to change their legal gender.
Leila Ettachfini
10.17.18
The Least You Could Do

100 Ways to Make the World Better for Non-Binary People

Respecting people's pronouns, and 99 other easy things.
AC Dumlao
6.22.18
The Privacy and Perception Issue

These Photos Explore the Multiple Identities We Have Online and Off

Laurence Philomene used friends to express versions of their self through portraiture.
Laurence Philomène
6.18.18
LGBTQ

'What We Look Like': Intimate, Diverse Photos of Non-Binary People

When photographer Jackson Akitt started a portrait series of queer people in their local community, they ended up with a project that documented non-binary identities in all their diverse forms.
Zing Tsjeng
11.30.16
Photos

The Photographer Representing Her Non-Binary Friends as They'd Like to Be Seen

Laurence Philomène is challenging the lack of non-binary representation by photographing her friends as their ideal selves, set against her vivid fantasy backdrops.
Sirin Kale
11.16.16