I like to write easily-digestible articles about social justice, gender, and sexuality — usually with at least a little humor thrown in. You can find those below, sorted a few ways to ease your browsing. My books are about the same stuff, just a bit longer, thicker, and with more paper involved.
The Genderbread Person v3
Dear White, Straight, Cisgender, Man People: You Are Privileged
30+ Examples of Male Privileges
How you can make the gender question on an application form more inclusive
3 Reasons Positive Stereotypes aren’t that Positive
Sexual Orientation for the Genderqueer Person
The Genderbread Person
30+ Examples of Heterosexual (Straight) Privileges
Defining a “Metrosexual Male”
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Defining LGBTQ+: A Guide to Gender & Sexuality Terminology
Defining LGBTQ+ is an elaborately annotated and expanded glossary turned into an e-book. It's great for getting your mind around the language of gender & sexuality, and has helpful rules and foundational principles sprinkled throughout to complement the terms.
A Guide to Gender (2nd Edition): The Social Justice Advocate's Handbook
A Guide to Gender is all about gender from a (you guessed it) social justice perspective. It's a 2-time best-seller in Gender on Amazon, has been adopted by dozens of gender studies professors as an intro book, and was written for a general audience.
The Social Justice Advocate's Handbook Mailing List
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Unlocking the Magic of Facilitation: 11 Key Concepts You Didn't Know You Didn't Know
Unlocking the Magic of Facilitation is the book we wrote to help you help others understand everything on this site. It's for facilitators of all stripes, educators, and trainers, and is the perfect complement to A Guide to Gender. It's the "HOW?" where the rest of this site is the "WHAT?" and "WHY?"