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Chloe Aftel's "GenderQueer" series: intimate portraits of life outside the gender binary

Tom Maybrier

In this series of portraits by photographer Chloe Aftel, the viewer is given a window into the lives of a handful of people in San Francisco who identify as Genderqueer - a hugely diverse community of people whose gender identity is something other than "man" or "woman".

In this interview. Chloe talks about the project's inception and the challenges of the artist/subject relationship.

I enjoyed the photos and my only criticism was that the series has yet to include a person of color.

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    really interesting perspective, thanks for sharing!