Our Sunday Links

I’ve got a short list of links this week because it’s summer and I’ve got cucumbers to harvest! Here you go:

Visibility has its rewards: six cartoonists on gender and transition

A great resource that Femifesto put out in 2015 that remains very relevant: Use the Right Words, a guide for media on how to report on sexual violence

“Would you rather be perceived as likable or competent?” Real Life Would You Rathers

Check out Perfect Flowers: A Queer Botany Zine from Interlocking Roots

How to transfer your land to Indigenous peoples

Terry Crews and the Discomfort of Masculine Anxiety

I watched Nanette this week and this roundtable helped me process my feelings about it!

That’s all, hope you get to do something that makes you feel like this:

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