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Kampf um den Regenbogen – Zur (Un-) Sichtbarmachung der LGBT*-Bewegung in Polen

Julia Austermann , December 19th, 2021


Die homophobe Politik hat in Polen einen regelrechten „Krieg der Bilder“ entfacht, in dem die Regenbogenfahne, Symbol der globalen LGBT*-Bewegung, zum Feindbild eines eng gefassten Nationskonzeptes ge…


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Über den eigenen Körper bestimmen: eine Frage der Menschenrechte

Jule Govrin , November 17th, 2021


Der Rücktritt von Kathleen Stock wird derzeit hitzig diskutiert. Nach Protesten gegen ihre transfeindlichen Äußerungen hat sie ihre Professur niedergelegt. Entgegen aller Cancel Culture-Rufe geht es w…


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Representation matters

Natalie Hanson , November 14th, 2021


It may seem obvious to some, but when I came out 35 years ago, I never saw relationships like mine the way we see them now in advertising,…


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Was wir lesen? “Literarische Diverse”.

Anna Lemke , November 20th, 2020


Was wir lesen? Dieser Beitrag erschien gestern auch auf https://eire-verlag.de/newsfeed/. Die “Was wir lesen”-Reihe wurde im Januar 2020 gestartet – jeden Monat schreiben v…


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Transgender Awareness Month

Natalie Hanson , November 17th, 2020


While we’ve made some progress in protecting civil rights for the LGBTQ+ community, we have a long way to go for the non-binary / trans community especially. This…


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J.K. Rowling und die Sehnsucht nach der heilen Welt der sauberen Kategorien

Christine Lötscher , November 1st, 2020


J.K. Rowling steht massiv in der Kritik: Die Autorin der Harry Potter-Romane hatte wiederholt Cisfrauen gegen Transfrauen ausgespielt. Nach Erscheinen des neuen Krimis Troubled Blood wird diskutiert, …


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Another affirming commercial

Natalie Hanson , October 26th, 2020


This article is cross-posted from the ZS intranet (which we call ZSpace), where I write episodically about issues of interest to the LGBTQ+ community and our allies. It’s…


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Coming Out Day 2020

Natalie Hanson , October 14th, 2020


This article is cross-posted from the ZS intranet (which we call ZSpace), where I write episodically about issues of interest to the LGBTQ+ community and our allies. It’s…


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What I’m Reading – Oct 2020

Natalie Hanson , October 8th, 2020


This article is cross-posted from the ZS intranet (which we call ZSpace), where I write episodically about issues of interest to the LGBTQ+ community and our allies. It’s…


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What I’m Reading – Aug 2020

Natalie Hanson , August 4th, 2020


This article is cross-posted from the ZS intranet (which we call ZSpace), where I write episodically about issues of interest to the LGBTQ+ community and our allies. It’s…


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5 Years of LGBTQ Marriage

Natalie Hanson , June 29th, 2020


It’s hard to believe it’s been five years since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that LGBTQ persons have the right to marry.  There was a really nice article…


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LGBTQ+ Civil Rights

Natalie Hanson , June 19th, 2020


It’s been a rollercoaster few weeks in the world of LGBTQ politics, and I thought it might be useful to provide a summary for those that may not…


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Intersectionality

Natalie Hanson , June 4th, 2020


Celebrating Pride Month with a focus on intersectionality. How do we acknowledge our shared history in fighting for civil rights, while recognizing the ongoing systemic racism that disproportionately…


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Deadnaming

Natalie Hanson , February 6th, 2020


This week I came across a new LGBTQ+ themed Starbucks commercial that aired in Europe. It moved me, and I hope it will do the same for you….


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Anti-Queer Violence, Bearing Witness, and Thinking with Algorithms on Social Media

Baird Campbell , June 27th, 2019


(Nota: Esta publicación está disponible en español aquí.) In early June 2019, news began to break concerning the death of a Salvadoran transgender woman, Johana Medina León, of…


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Stonewall Mythology

Alexandra Frankel , June 21st, 2019


How we tell the story of Stonewall matters. This June marks the fiftieth anniversary of the riots at The Stonewall Inn in New York City. The days-long series…


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The Surveillance Cyborg

Timothy Gitzen , April 9th, 2019


Editor’s Note: This post is part of our ongoing series, “Queering Surveillance,” and was co-written with Alexander Wolff. Surveillance is an embodied experience, both being watched a…


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Towards a Queer Art of Surveillance in South Korea

Alexander Wolff , March 12th, 2019


Editor’s Note: This post was co-written with Timothy Gitzen. When is a face not a face? With the launch of the iPhone X that boasts facial recognition capabilities,…


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Interrogating Queer Identity: The Use of Art as Resistance and Stories from the Margins

cgill4488 , March 6th, 2019


by Colin Gill In this moment in history we are witnessing several ultra-right movements across the globe. The most recent example of this is the election of president…


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Wizards, Vampires, Klingons, and Other Alternative Cultures

Carie Little Hersh , August 16th, 2018


On the last day of my introduction to anthropology class, we watch scenes from the documentary Trekkies. Students grin at the sincere folks dressed as Starfleet officers and…


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Every Day is Heterosexual Pride Day

Carie Little Hersh , June 30th, 2017


Are you a heterosexual? Feeling discriminated against by a persecuted minority? Why can’t we celebrate what makes us common and powerful? Just because we’re not unique, it doesn’t…


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From the Field: Havana, Cuba

cultureandcapitalismblog , June 26th, 2017


by Evie Browne In the annual International Worker’s Day (Primero de Mayo) march past the Jose Martí statue in the centre of Havana’s Plaza de la Revolucion, the…


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Islam Is Not Our Enemy

Elyse Bailey , November 10th, 2016


Post-Orlando vigils reveal ways in which Islamophobia and homophobia interact. In the weeks following the Orlando nightclub shooting on June 12, 2016, thousands of people across the United…


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