“We demand that Wesleyan University stop segregating bathrooms along gender lines and provide all-gender bathrooms in all buildings in the University.”
An Autostraddle Interview with Tania De Rozario, queer artist, writer and activist. Read more about her views on censorship, activism and Jeanette Winterson in this interview.
“So, why are intersex issues being linked up with LGBT activism, and does this make sense? I’m here to argue, strongly, that yes – including intersex with LGBT and queer issues makes perfect sense. Let’s explore why, shall we?”
As Moral Monday grows, their initial impetus—the universality of the struggle for justice—remains steadfast. As NC NAACP President Rev. William Barber chants (and everyone repeats) at the demonstrations, “Forward Together, Not One Step Back.”
“We do not know who killed Eric [Lembembe], or why . . . but his friends suspect that in killing him, someone wanted to kill a movement. “
How activists in Louisiana use everything from direct action to meetings with senators to try to pass laws that would protect queer and trans* students from bullying, queer and trans* employees from discrimination, and more. This is how your legal progress sausage is made.
Old McDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O! And on this farm he had a *CENSORED*
This is an exclusive Autostraddle interview with Andrea Gibson. Happy National Poetry Month, queermos!
Crystal’s Team Pick: Holly Miranda and iO Tillett Wright have launched a relief effort for areas of New York affected by hurricane Sandy. Here’s how you can get behind it.
The Ali Forney Drop-In Center, a space dedicated to New York City’s homeless LGBT youth, was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. Make a donation to help if you can, and if you can’t, spread the word.
This is what’s going on — and a place to comment if you know of underserved areas of the country in need of help who aren’t getting the press coverage they need.
Something is ch-ch-ch-ch-changing over at Change.org, but unlike the Bowie song, someone definitely wants to be a richer man.
“We didn’t chain ourselves to anything, or clash with cops. We stood outside an elementary school in Queens as open dykes, and gave balloons to school kids.”
Barnard Center for Research on Women and Queers for Economic Justice have teamed up to write about ‘A New Queer Agenda.’ If you live in New York and are free on September 19, you could go hear the contributors talk about it!
I’m just here for the food, but apparently everyone else is here for the fight.
You can be a Chief Executive Scout too! (As long as you aren’t female, queer or compassionate.)
“The birth and life of the AIDS activist movement from the perspective of the people in the trenches.”
Mollie is a voice for Marriage Equality, she’s starting a nonprofit to promote positive visibility of the LGBT community and she has an interesting tattoo. Oh, yeah, and she’s pretty smokin’ too.