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S. Bear Bergman

S. Bear Bergman (born September 22, 1974) is an American trans man, author, poet, playwright, and theater artist whose gender identity is a main focus of his artwork. (bearsir.livejournal.com)

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Description (Archived) https://archive.is/2012070912…

Official Website http://www.sbearbergman.com/

Twitter Profile https://twitter.com/sbearberg…

Curriculum Vitae (Archived) https://web.archive.org/web/2…


  • Bergman was educated at Concord Academy, was one of the founders of the first Gay–straight alliance.


  • Bergman was a member of the Governor of Massachusetts' Safe Schools Commission for LGBT youth.


  • Quote from Bergman's website: "Award-winning writer, educator and storyteller S. Bear Bergman is the author of six books as well as the founder of Flamingo Rampant, a children’s press focused on feminist, LGBTQ-positive, racially-diverse children’s books and writer of the advice column Ask Bear for Bitch Magazine."


  • Bergman and Kate Bornstein co-authored a book titled 'Gender Outlaws: The Next Generation' which received an award from Lamda Literary in the 'LGBT Anthology' category.



  • A number of LGBT activists have highlighted in recent years that the movement’s goal is to “indoctrinate” children into accepting the normalcy of the LGBT agenda. “I am here to tell you: All that time I said I wasn't indoctrinating anyone with my beliefs about gay and lesbian and bi and trans and queer people? That was a lie,” wrote Canadian gay activist Sason Bear Bergman, a woman who identifies as a transgender man, in a March 2015 piece titled “I Have Come to Indoctrinate Your Children Into My LGBTQ Agenda (And I'm Not a Bit Sorry).” Bergman holds nothing back, stating she wants to make children “like us” even if that “goes against the way you have interpreted the teachings of your religion.”



  • "As a Jew, Bear also speaks extensively about how his religious and cultural lives have shaped one another and the intersection of identities, especially as it relates to being both Jewish and queer. He remains exceptionally pleased to have been asked to write the chapter on trans inclusion for Hillel International’s LGBTQ Resource Guide"



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