For Transgender and Nonbinary Protections, California Came First

KQED 
by Lesley McClurg
December 26, 2018

 

It’s easy to spot Dee Shull in a coffee shop in San Leandro: Shull is wearing a bright green T-shirt with big block letters reading, “Too queer for your binary.”

Shull is also clutching a purple purse with many colorful political statements, including one that says “They/Them” — which are Shull’s preferred pronouns.

Like others who identify as nonbinary, gender-nonconforming or gender-queer, Shull’s internal experience is somewhere along the gender spectrum rather than either male or female.

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