Our Sunday Links

Hi everyone! I’m in the middle of a 12-days-in-a-row stretch of shifts so these are going to be some short and sweet links – thanks for your understanding!

Now just five men own almost as much wealth as half the world’s population

The police officer who killed Philando Castile in St Paul was acquitted by a jury this week

Two of the women who are feared dead in the Grenfell Tower in London were threatened with legal action for raising the alarm about fire safety in the building

“Ndn is a subtraction made substantive, marking how terms made to describe Indigenous peoples are always lacking — indeed how we are made to lack and always feel lacking.” Lou Cornum on ndn

Lena Waithe’s favourite films by LGBTQ+ artists

“It is often because trans women are so often the victims of male violence that we, too, seek the comfort and safety of women-only spaces. We crave that community and sisterhood, like most women do. That’s why we feel doubly victimized when we are shamed and shunned, excluded from women-only spaces because of how we look.” Why trans women need to be a part of women-only spaces 

Slut Island is coming up next month in Montreal and the lineup looks amazing – check out the schedule here

Love a sexy consent comic

Mallory Ortberg’s internet

How do you watch peak TV if you’re blind?

We love Tea&Bannock AND The Ethnic Aisle, so it’s the best to see them together in this interview with the founders of Tea&Bannock 

Check out Temper Tantrum’s sweet patches, pins and more!

CanLit: It’s time for the “No-Contact” Rule

Safe Word Society talks to Anita Dolce Vita about femme visibility, and you can listen here!

It’s time to start believing men when they tell us they assault women: on Bill Cosby and more

The queer literary origins of Wonder Woman

An interview with Chelsea Manning

“I don’t need to stretch out to some
great length if I want to live.

All I have to do is be. Wash my hair
once a week. Leave the house
every so often. Dance in dark rooms

full of gorgeous gays.” Poetry from Joshua Jennifer Espinoza

Feel like there’s not enough to read here? Spend some time catching up on our CASH issue, and think with our authors and contributors about owing, being owed, and making demands. You should also participate in our CASH survey, and tell us your vision for feminist revenge on the economic system.

Thank you to everyone who came and partied with us last night! We are so grateful to everyone who supports GUTS and the work we do – if YOU have been waiting for the perfect time to show your support in a $$ way, now is the time! You can contribute to our Patreon here, help the magazine alive, AND get some sweet rewards!


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