A few hundred workshops, three years, and one book edition later, I’m happy to finally publish here my 4th version of the Genderbread Person. “Genderbread Person (Sam Killermann’s version )” is reader & patron funded, % free and uncopyrighted. Join or donate to help support. Gender is one of those things everyone thinks they understand, but don’t. This tasty little guide is meant to be an appetizer for understanding. It’s okay if you’re.
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I write, doodle, code, and gfnderbread this site If you dig what I’m doing here, I could really use the help: By Sam Killermann on October 9, Last updated December 11, By Sam Killermann on March 16, Last updated October 11, By Sam Killermann on March 22, Last updated September 25, By Sam Killermann on January 15, I’m Sam Killermannan activist, educator, and artist who creates for global justice.
I write everything here, do the doodles, and even coded the site itself. Here are some other sites I’ve made that you might dig:.
Genderbread Person v1 | The Genderbread Person
I wrote a book for you! It’s called A Guide to Gender 2nd Edition: The Social Justice Advocate’s Handbook.
It’s just like this website, but instead of being made out of code, it’s made out of murdered trees. Then you’ll appreciate this book I co-authored it with Meg Bolger.
It’s called Unlocking the Magic of Facilitation: The Genderbread Person v4 Gender. For and beyond, my fourth take on this tasty little introduction to understanding gender. The Genderbread Person v3 Edugraphics.
This tasty little guide is meant to be an appetizer for understanding. The Genderbread Person v2. Gender is one of those things everyone thinks they understand, but don’t.
It’s okay if you’re hungry for more. The Genderbread Person Edugraphics. My first version of this tasty little guide to gender.
About the Author Hi! Here are some other sites I’ve made that you might dig: Oh, and I animated it! Would you like to better understand gender? Or would you like to learn about facilitation?