I have unquestionably learned more about trans history from Zagria's A Gender Variance Who's Who than any other blog I've come across. This site, coupled with Gender Variance in the Arts, is a wealth of information, starting with the incredibly comprehensive index of not just who, but also the what, where and when of transgender, transsexual, and general gender variant history and present. In addition to that, the listing of online books and resources is invaluable. This site is like a free university degree in gender studies, and should be introduced to anyone with an interest in the topic. Hell, I'll just say it: everyone should follow this blog.- Lorax
I'm a history fanatic and Zagria's documentation of historical transgendered and transsexual women and men is nothing short of amazing! Check it out if you haven't. Crysti's Condo
For those who are fighting to have society recognize trans identity as legitimate, as something other than a mental illness or a deception, it provides a historical parallax against which this modern argument can be measured. - Dr. Jillian T. Weiss
This blog rocks! Seriously, these posts can keep me feeling fine on days when all is dark. Always fascinating, always heartbreaking. – S.
Caroline said...Sometimes I swear you are making some of these up then I remember fact is always far more interesting than fiction!
Ja, die Zagria site ken ik wel, als je af en toe googled op bepaalde namen kom je er regelmatig terecht, erg handig naslagwerk. - Joandelynn
В "Биографиях пионеров" большие пополнения - за это спасибо хозяйке сайта A Gender Variance Who's Who, обладающей воистину энциклопедическими знаниями. -- Mucho-Dyke.Narod
This essay from “A Gender Variance Who’s Who” about Ray is awesome. I want more information about his time running guns in drag for Pancho Villa. -- Freebeerwhileitlasts
BTW you have one of the best ever jendah blogs going. Big fan!- Gallus Mag
A sordid list, messily presented - CaroLines