A Black, straight man disrupts his notion of allyship and masculinity when he encounters the Ballroom communities in Toronto and New York.
The formative theorists in Kim TallBear’s life are not just humans; they are also the landscapes and waterscapes of the places she inhabits. She writes how this is especially important for Peoples who are formed co-constitutively with place. Read on to see how she relates this to non-monogamy.
Past intolerances return to haunt a tormented woman in a review of Georgia Oakley’s new film Blue Jean.
When LGBTI+ people occupy physical spaces alongside other social groups in struggle, a solidarity network becomes possible. That is dirsek teması.
The emergence of queer terminology in a language as gendered as German calls for creative appropriation and disruptive recombination.