SUNDAY LINKS

January 10, 2016
from the bb desk

I’m a cat parent now. The cat licks your fingers in exchange for belly rubs, the cat is this week’s feature image, I downloaded so many tablet cat games, come at me.

Kwe Today on colonialism’s greatest mystery: “Police can find all the Indigenous women to put into prison but cannot find the ones going missing or find the killers, the murderers.”

TRANS ACTRESSES FOR TRANS WOMEN’S ROLES 2K16 (DON’T read the comments)

To this list of strategies to ruin men’s lives I’d enact over pretending to have been raped, I would add: summoning seven or eight birds to poop on an enemy throughout the day, cursing them to always feel like they need to sneeze but never getting to for the rest of their life, cursing them to a lifetime of having their name spelled and pronounced just a LITTLE BIT incorrectly.

Webcomics with Black leads!

When an adult rapes a child that is not a tryst, thanks, ta.

Why do we continue to search for a connection between race and genetics to explain health disparities? Spoiler alert: racism.

ASHIMA SHIRAISHI THE SPIDER TEEN

Quelle surprise: women who earn less than their male counterparts are more likely to be diagnosed with a major depressive disorder or generalized anxiety order. Also, gendered violence keeps those who suffer it awake at night.

Alethea Aggiuq hosted @IndigenousXca a few weeks ago and this is a Storify of her smart and beautiful tweets about rematriating Inuit tattooing.

Racist colonial practice in medicine is very alive and very real.

POC Online Classroom’s first WE ARE THEORISTS of 2016 is Amandla Stenberg, who I’m unreasonably fond of because she reminds me of my baby sister. You should explore that site!

Nine Queer, Feminist, and/or Gender Theorists (Who Aren’t Judith Butler)

Anne Boyer, fierce as always on pain and solitude and The Argonauts.

Top 50 White Guys of 2015!

Over the break I missed you so I saved every single great internet vid for you all please enjoy my curating:

Here’s to another great year of burnin’ shit to the ground and being careful with one another xoxo

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