This conversation between Lindsay Nixon and Billy-Ray Belcourt about queer Indigenous methods, ethics, and futurisms is so brilliant:
To be colloquial, we are that difference generation. Central to Indigenous queer futures is the practice of taking space. This is done despite the marginalization of gender-variant and sexually diverse realities within single-issue conceptions of Indigenous thought, a discourse that mirrors colonial-capitalist models of relating and negotiating political freedoms under settler-colonial rule, and erases the care- and love- work undertaken by women and two-spirit peoples. This practice of taking space also encompasses making space for one another by supporting and lifting one another up—what artist Aura Last has called “lateral love.”
“Envelopes of Air” are poem-letters written between Natalie Diaz and Ada Limón.
A profile on Aaron Philip, an up and coming young Black disabled trans model.
People in Ireland now have access to abortion, a fundamental human right.
Ok, so The Misandrists, a new film by legendary filmmaker Bruce LaBruce about a “Female Liberation Army,” isn’t without problems (and I’m most definitely going to watch it).
This week we published this interview with Connor Spencer about ending rape culture on campus.
The WNBA season has started and if you like basketball or lesbians, even just a little bit, I highly recommend you get into it. Here’s everything you need to know about the 2018 season. And if you’re a skeptic, here’s a primer on how to watch basketball that isn’t played by men.