Saviors of Third World Woman: "Half the Sky" by... →
Seeing the amount of praise given this book by progressives and conservatives alike, it seems like smug and self-righteous really sells. Or, perhaps it’s that whole journalistic idea if it bleeds, it leads that works to capture the reader’s attention with this book. Or maybe, just maybe, Westerners really know that little about the world outside our borders and the fight for gender...
Chicana writers on partner/domestic violence →
Hey, I’m currently taking a Chicana Lit class in college and was wondering if you knew of any Chicana writers who write about domestic violence? | Anonymous // // Hi there! I’m sorry to say that nothing really comes to mind. I’ll do some research and if something comes up I’ll be sure to post it. Anyone have any suggestions for Anon? | Fuck Yeah Chicana Writers // // I immediately think of...
Please Tumblr Bomb this poll asking whether or not... →
Disney’s “Tangled Ever After” short film features YET ANOTHER heterosexual wedding. The Rapunzel character from “Tangled” (2010) was touted to be one of the “strong” female characters of the more-“progressive” Disney company who have incorporated versions of pseudo-gender equality into their plots. However, in 2012, when media companies realize...
Queer Under All Conditions | Call for Submissions →
doctorqueer: great work from some great friends. queerunderallconditions: QUAC is an Orange County (UCI)-based zine project dedicated to archiving and distributing queer/trans voices, histories, experiences, knowledge(s), and survival tactics in the face of violent silencing within public space and dominant culture. As QUAC has become more established within the zine…
genderqueer: Resources for FAAB, Non-Male... →
This is an amazing resource in so many ways! butchinthesouth: —PLEASE REBLOG THIS— This is a compilation of resources for female-assigned-at-birth (FAAB), non-male identified people who want top surgery. This document will include a list of surgeons who are willing to perform top surgery on genderqueer/non-male-identified people,…
"Black Masculinities" reading list →
I am so excited for this seminar this spring semester—IU Gender Studies program’s G 701: ”Black Masculinities” taught by Dr. LaMonda Horton-Stallings. This reading list is amazing! http://www.librarything.com/catalog/montesireland/blackmasculinities
CALL FOR PAPERS | Reproductive Health Disparities... →
A ONE-DAY CONFERENCE: MAY 17, 2012 | The Section of Family Planning & Contraceptive Research and the Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture at The University of Chicago invite paper proposals for a one-day conference exploring youth engagement with reproductive health services, to be held at The University of Chicago on Thursday, May 17, 2012. This conference will examine the...