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open |ˈōpən| —
allowing access, passage, or a view; not closed or blocked up; not fastened or sealed; free from obstructions; not constipated; having spaces or gaps between elements; with the covers parted or the contents in view, allowing it to be read; not clenched into a fist; admitting customers or visitors; frank and communicative; welcoming discussion, criticism, and inquiry; freely available or accessible; offered without restriction
gender |ˈjendər| —
a grammatical system; the property of belonging to a class; an arbitrary system whereby human bodies are transformed into ‘women’ and ‘men’ for the purposes of distributing access to social, economic and cultural power; a site of resistance; a set of material structures; a set of representational and performative codes
opengender is a self-archiving open access project for research on the cultural politics of gender and sexuality in new forms of media, technology and online cultures.