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Read about why Billy Porter choose to wear a gown on the red carpet

I really loved this interview with lesbian artist Barbara Hammer about her life’s work and the her ongoing experience with death

Kinsey Clarke calls for the proliferation of Black lesbian stories in Black history month

Women in Hip-Hop: The Voices of Our Generation

The Indigenous Culture Fund, established as a directive of the TRC, has been cut

In Trauma Ethics, Lindsay Nixon asks “Who gauges what constitutes trauma?”

Are you getting ready for Growing Room Festival? Here Paloma Pacheco talks with some of the event organizers about the birth of the literary and the importance of creating safe, feminist space within CanLit

Kai Cheng Thom thinks about the lines of censorship and working as a sensitivity reader

In another piece this week by Kai Cheng Thom, she considers sexual violence within in LGBTQ communities: “We have been ignoring the abusive behaviour of queer celebrities for years, in some cases decades. When the protective ice around us melts, who knows what will emerge?”

Listen to Melody McKiver discuss the Canadian Indigenous Classical Music Gathering

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Our Sunday Links

A weekly roundup of links from GUTS

Cultivating Microbiopolitical Self-Care

on the symbiotic relationships we have with all kinds of microbial cultures

Saturn Return P.S.

Comic artists Cee Lavery and JB Brager on what they've learned in saturn return

Don’t Talk to Me #49

on a good day, we’d shop in the discount bins at Giant Tiger, store glowing ugly yellow, buy those knock off white Converse,  hundreds of bins overflowing with junk, thousands of plastic objects ready made to reach the sea, one day or...

Our Sunday Links

A weekly roundup of links from GUTS

Our Sunday Links

A weekly round up of links from GUTS

Repair

Gwen Benaway considers repair, a form of conflict resolution, alongside her experiences of childhood abuse

Les Femmes Fatales

Meet Les Femmes Fatales, a burlesque dance troupe made up entirely of women of colour