Genderfork is a blog/online community started by Sarah Dopp in 2007. It is described as "a supportive community for the expression of identities across the gender spectrum". Content for the blog is mainly contributed by users, who "may submit their thoughts about gender, questions, a personal profile, a picture, a video, a web link or recommendations for a book, film or work of art."
Genderfork became wildly successful, getting 540,362 visits from 180 countries during the year 2010.
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- "Frequently Asked Questions about Genderfork". Genderfork. Retrieved 25 April 2020.
- Pearce, Ruth (2012). "Inadvertent Praxis: What Can "Genderfork" Tell Us about Trans Feminism?". MP: An Online Feminist Journal. 3 (4).