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Celebrating Gender Beyond the Binary, from the 1950s to Today

In the 1950s, a group of gender non-conformists got together for weekends of fun and friendship at a magical place called Casa Susanna. In the 1970s, Nan Goldin and Mariette Pathy Allen celebrate gender expression beyond the binary. Later, Chloe Aftel tells the story of non-binary people from all walks of life, and Yannis Guibinga champions Africa's LGBTQ and non-binary community. Plus, DeLovie Kwagala, the first non-binary queer photographer and social activist in Uganda, advocates for change.

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Celebrating Gender Beyond the Binary, from the 1950s to Today

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    Portraits of Gender Non-Conformists Having a Ball in the 1950s

    Portraits of Gender Non-Conformists Having a Ball in the 1950s

    When collectors Michel Hurst and Robert Swop discovered the many photo albums of Casa Susanna at a 26th Street flea market in New York City, they …

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