genderland

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

gender +‎ land, perhaps modelled on wonderland

NounEdit

genderland

  1. (literary) An imagined land which is a corporealization of gender stereotypes, transgender issues, etc.
    • 1986, Niela Miller, Counseling in genderland: a guide for you and your transgendered client
    • 2003, Cathryn Platine, Cathy's adventure in genderland: cautionary tales for anyone thinking about getting involved in trans-politics or support groups
    • 2003, Carol R. Ember, Melvin Ember, Encyclopedia of Sex and Gender, page 226:
      In the western hemisphere there is a need to date all descriptions concerning diversities in genderland.
    • 2005, Richard J. Novic, Alice in Genderland: A Crossdresser Comes Of Age (ISBN 0595315623)
Last modified on 20 June 2013, at 13:35