Last year was not the most auspicious year for me. I will not bore you with all the details of my life, this is not the forum for that. Suffice it to say, what was supposed to be a minor, routine surgery, turned into a major health challenge, (thankfully behind me); and a contract for the “day job” ballooned from a three month commitment, to a year-long slog.
Fortunately, the production of TransGeek Movie has not been as neglected as the blog.
I was able to fit a few individual interviews into the family travel schedule, and undertook a major interview trip.
I interviewed Danielle Krassner early in 2013. She spoke about how she became interested in electronic engineering, hardware hacking, and the opportunities for building community online. She also spoke compellingly about the challenges of transitioning in the work place. Continue reading
TransGeek Movie is very excited to be going to GaymerX! “The first LGBT gamer convention focused on the queer geek culture”
We are hoping to talk with all sorts of geeks while we are there.
We have questions…
- Why do you game?
- Why do you cosplay?
- Who are your favorite characters?
- Tell us about your avatar.
- How do stereotypes affect your gaming experience?
- Is geek culture a true meritocracy?
- Do you use gaming or cosplay as a way to express gender?
- How do we make gaming more inclusive?
- Are cons safe places for LGBT gamers?
- How can we use games to change the way we look at gender identity?
- Are we asking the right questions?
…and we want to hear your answers!
If you are transgender, genderqueer, or cisgender and have something to say about gender identity and geek culture; we want to hear your story. You can find us at GaymerX, wearing the TransGeek Movie t-shirts, or contact us via:
Email: kevin (at) transgeekmovie (dot) net
TransGeek Movie is not associated with or endorsed by GaymerX/GaymerConnect in any way.