Jasper is a Networked Media Ethnographer and publisher of pro-body Voluptuousity Magazine and the Auto Ethnographic jasperswardrobe.com. His Photography of the San Francisco Queer Underground has been exhibited in in The National Queer Arts Festival. He currently works in vernacular video, Mobile Web, Multimedia eBooks and iPad Books.
Contact jasper@jaspergregory.com
Twitter: @ThePostgendrist
Twitter: @jaspergregory

web: jaspergregory.com

  1. Nicky says:

    What a cool philosophy you have.

  2. Angela S. says:

    I am impressed with what you are doing. Sorry I haven’t checked your blog out sooner. I really like your perspectives and your photos are also interesting.

  3. Roberto says:

    I stumbled across your photos on Flickr and followed your link to this blog.
    I love your views and the way you are able to express your thoughts. Fascinating work and thanks for the little glimpse into this parallel univers. This is probably the feeding ground for corporate fashion designers and trend watchers. I guess 2 years down the road these combinations will be sold in fashion stores and will appear in mail order catalogues.

    Question : Do the people you talk to have a similarly conscious and analytical approach to what they are wearing?

  4. Jasper Gregory says:

    Great to hear from you Roberto. This is a parallel universe, or many of them. I think a lot of interesting cultures percolate on the periphery, some of them disappear, some or reterritorialized by the mainstream cultural machine, and some of them explode and change the paradigm. I would like to think of this post- lesbian genderqueer culture exploding. The key is to get enough individuals to desert the gender roles they have been given, and join the genderqueer movement.

    As to your question. I have not met anyone with quite my analytical focus, but I would love to meet others. I think that photo blogging gives a unique opportunity to examine the linkages between fashion and gender.

  5. Sarah says:

    You are lovely; with eyes the color of a lichen I saw in a forest of dreams. Lichens obtain their water and nutrients from the atmosphere and can be sensitive indicators of atmospheric pollution.
    I’m inspired to wear my stockings despite the chill!

  6. Naomi White says:

    Jasper! Sarah Elias connected me with your blog. She said you two got to float each other the other day…sigh. How lovely. Looks like you’re keeping busy with your research…very interesting stuff. Just wanted to send lots and lots of love you way. Sorry I’ve been remiss as your guru in the love department. 😉 xoxoxooxo naomi ps. if you’re on facebook, let’s be friends!

  7. sc says:

    You are awesome.

  8. lizzy b says:

    hi! (its the panty girl from in front of mama buzz@ art murmur) thanks for posting that picture of me! you should take pictures at my next event. not sure when it will be, sometime in august. i will keep you posted.

  9. Joris says:

    Hoi Greg,

    Gave website! Ik kreeg deze site van Coen & Leo.
    Fascinerend onderwerp, wat bij mij ook wel speelt. Alhoewel jij het heel ‘radicaal’ hebt aangepakt. Ik hou het voorlopig even op wat verkenningen via tantra.

    Gevoelige foto’s overigens allemaal, je hebt veel smaak voor kleding. Doe je nog wat met de ICT, of ben je tegenwoordig volledig artiest?


  10. Krystal says:

    Hi Jasper,

    I love it!
    I randomly stubbled upon one of your photos on Flickr and it lead me here. I’m so happy to find someone else who is happy with themselves, entranced by the chaotic nature of the human form, and unlike me has the focus to publish and try to get the world to wake up.


  11. JAC says:

    Hi Jasper,
    I just stumbled accross your site, and you are a fucking big deal. Props to you. Keep up the good fight, my friend.

  12. elis says:

    fascinating website — original and insightful ideas about gender. I share a lot of them — I’m biologically male but don’t really identify as a male, but I don’t really see myself as a female either — some mixture of the two. You might be interested in checking out the website of Lincoln Theo, a South African writer and lifestyle coach who deals with many similar issues — he identifies as a gay male, has tattoos, piercings, etc — and female breast implants. Very unusual and stimulating! http://www.eldjaytee.co.za

  13. Disa Johnson says:

    As original as your fingerprint. Intriguing!

  14. j says:

    Love the blog! I’m a fat girl in SF and have been following your blog for a while… I’m just now starting to experiment with bolder fat fashion, instead of hiding underneath baggy t-shirts hoping I won’t get noticed. It’s amazing how liberating a pair of leggings can be. 🙂

    Your fashion, and your fashion photos are inspirational. Keep it up!

  15. Jasper Gregory says:

    Another battle in the Femme Revolution. Thanks for writing. Let me know if you would like a free fat fashion coaching session. I am starting to sell sessions but I am giving away free sessions to get the ball rolling.

  16. Chloe says:

    Hola Jasper. Too bad we never made it to Harbin. Good luck with the future. -Chloe

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