In the US this June, PBS stations will begin airing Two Spirits. This film memorializes Fred Martinez, a 16-year-old killed in June 2001. It also goes behind Fred's personal story, exploring non-binary gender systems within Native American traditions.
This Map of Gender-Diverse Cultures is included in online material for Two Spirits, and reiterates the great variation in gender expression worldwide. That information, in conjunction with Dr. Lulu's post last month on Hermaphrodites and Cross-Dressing Saints, is enlightening for global and historic perspectives.
In April, Carlin wrote about Pakistan giving legal recognition of a third gender, juxtaposed with an attack on Chrissy Lee Polis in a Baltimore McDonalds. Recently I've also shared my personal perspective, as one whose partner considers herself Both and Between in the Two-Party Gender System.
Where I live, Two Spirits will air as part of the Independent Lens series the night of June 14. You can check your local listings here. DVD information can be found under "See the Film" on the official website. In the mean time, here are three clips: