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|Date of birth||1996|
|Place of birth||Nashville|
|Pronouns||they/them or she/her|
|Gender identity||nonbinary femme / nonbinary trans girl|
|Occupation||poet, playwright, musician|
Additional info[edit | edit source]
- Feminism For A Queer, Non-Binary Person (essay, June 29 2016)
- Three Things No One Told Me About Being Non-Binary (video, August 4 2016)
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References[edit | edit source]
- Blair, Dev (19 June 2018). "The Forgotten History of the First Trans Lawmaker". Lenny Letter. Retrieved 9 July 2020.
- Rae, Anna (22 November 2017). "Dev Blair: Dressing for Emotional Labor". Qwear. Retrieved 12 June 2020.
- Ghanny, Hassan (12 May 2020). "In Boston, Women and Non-Binary Rappers Own the Hip Hop Scene". Bandcamp Daily. Retrieved 12 June 2020.
- Burno, Christian (18 December 2019). "With A New Album, Artist Dev Blair Wants To Celebrate The 'Fantasically Feminine'". wbur.org. Retrieved 12 June 2020.