Gender in Quidditch

QA Statement: Gender in Quidditch

Quidditch Australia makes a statement regarding a recent controversy surrounding one of the Gender in Quidditch pieces published recently.

Gender in Quidditch: “Why Being The Most Inclusive Sport in the World Takes More than a Gender Rule”

An anonymous contribution to the Gender in Quidditch discussion, talking about coming out as a non-binary player and how inclusive we really are as a sport.

Gender in Quidditch: “Women on the Australian Team, 2016-2018″

Sophie Fitch talks about her experience watching the Dropbears, looking at the 2016 and 2018 squads and how women were treated and used on the field.

Gender in Quidditch: “Non-Binary Matters: Why We Need to Keep Quidditch Gender Diverse”

Tegan Diep explores how important it is for non-binary people to live their truth in Quidditch, and why we should keep it that way.

Gender in Quidditch: “Non-male is non-progressive”

Ana Barciela looks at the experience of women in Quidditch, speaking to how Quidditch sometimes seems to be a two-gender sport: male, and non-male.