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As part of the Beyond the Binary Exhibition a the Pitt Rivers Museum Oxford

2021 - 2022


The Beyond the Binary project puts LGBTIAQ+ stories told by LGBTIAQ+ people at the heart of the museum.


Join Asifa Lahore, Britain's first out Muslim drag queen at Drag Queen Story Corner, as she reads heart-warming stories celebrating diverse lives and families. 

Curated by Jason Kattenhorn of Sassify Zine, Asifa's readings were screened inside the museum and broadcast online simultaneously.

Webinar supported by TORCH Oxford.

This webinar is part of the Pitt RIvers Museum Radical Hope series.

All talks will be recorded and are available to view after the event on the Radical Hope page.

Download the full Beyond the Binary events programme.

Download the Beyond the Binary exhibition booklet.

Read Oxford University's Statement on Freedom of Speech at Events here.

 A Memory Of Elephants and Other Collective Nouns For Animals.

A Memory Of Elephants and Other Collective Nouns For Animals is a children's book illustrated by Oliver Lake and written by Gus Berger. ... The book showcases illustrations of wild animals in their natural habitat, to stimulate learning about the natural world. 

Corduroy by Don Freeman. 

Corduroy is a classic children's story that raises questions about broad and important issues that we encounter on a day-to-day basis: materialism, friendship, and belonging, and allows children to identify their own feelings as commonly encountered.

The Rare Monkey with the Colourful Bottom 

The Rare Monkey with the Colourful Bottom' is a children's picture book about the importance of being yourself. Written by Joanne Gale and illustrated by Jeffrey Mundell. A5 in size with bright illustrations on every page. The Rare Monkey is the only monkey in the wild with a multicoloured, bright bottom. Follow his journey of cheek and colour as he discovers the importance of being yourself and liking who you are.


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