The Gender Variant Who’s Who Encyclopedia has been going since 2007. There are in excess of 1500 entries, and thus some navigation aids are required.
Ways of navigating:
a) Start with the most current and read each entry in reverse chronological fashion. No-one is known to have reached the earliest entry this way.
b) In any search engine: “whatever” site:https://zagria.blogspot.com. This is statistically the most common way, although not the most recommended.
c) There is a site search box at the top-lefthand corner, and another in the sidebar. This works quite well.
d) The Indices. There are four. By default you are in the “main” mode. See the Horizontal menu close to the top of the page if in a browser, or the drop-down menu if on a phone. There are 11 other modes. The first four are Index, Cis Index, Media Index and Place Index. These four are updated at the end of each quarter. The first contains a list of all persons for whom there are entries. They are sorted by occupation and/or avocation. There is a section on the different kinds of Changing Back; on traditional third gender roles, and on other groupings (Pansy, Imperial Court, Eurovision, Sexology Magazine, HBIGDA/WPATH, IFGE, Autogynephilia, HBS etc). A Section on Legal Cases;
e) The second index if of Cis persons who are found in our history: doctors, lawyers, spouses, nemeses, etc.
f) The third index is media: Books, Film and Television, Music, Untruths, Pictures, Lists.
g) The fourth Index is Place: London, Paris, Casablanca, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Berlin, Moscow, Dublin, New York, Chicago, Baltimore, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Trinidad Colorado, Seattle, Portland, Atlanta, Toronto, Sydney, Buenos Aires, etc
h) Links. Many of the articles have links to other articles. This is probably the most fun way to navigate. Just click on the link and go.
i) Labels. Most of the articles have labels at the bottom. Click on any of the labels to go to other articles with the same label. In addition, if you scroll to the almost bottom of the right sidebar, there is an alphabetical list of all labels with a count of the number of associated articles. Again just click and go.
j) Close to the top of the sidebar there is a item, Popular Posts, which shows the most popular posts of the last seven days.
k) Below that is a Blog Archive. This allows you to select a month and then the articles published that month. If you have navigated in by another method, you will notice that this archive is open for the month of the current article.