Whenever I am a woman, whether it’s the whore or the madonna, the groupie or the...– Judy Minx (via fuckyeahfemmes)
…the more I experience the specialty of my desire, the less I can give it...– Barthes, Fragments of a Lover’s Discourse (20; 99)
In our efforts to rethink the borders of race, gender, and identity, we must...– Gloria Anzaldúa, “(Un)natural bridges, (Un)safe spaces” from This Bridge We Call Home (via homegrownboi) (via genderqueer)
Still up to my neck in school work. →
genderqueer: thirdstitch: birdloversleague: CLAUDE CAHUN. Gender ambiguity was central to the work of Claude Cahun. Born Lucie Schwob, she adopted the more androgynous sounding name Claude Cahun and lived in Paris as part of an openly lesbian couple. She moved in surrealist circles, but never actively...
on Microcosm Publishing
sweaterves: clawsbeatskin: As is probably evident, recently I’ve been having a really difficult time reconciling a lot of my reservations about anarchist organizing and how it complements living actual non-oppressive lifestyles. One thing that recurrently bothers me is seeing many of my comrades patronizing Microcosm Publishing. It is no big secret that Joe Biel, the co-founder of Microcosm...
Interview w/ Lane Zajac of Tuff Charm Distro →
We call our paper The FURIES because we are also angry. We are angry because we...– The Furies Lesbian/Feminist Monthly, Vol. 1 No. 1 (1972)
What makes a body discrete is not an established morphology, as if we could...– Judith Butler, in Frames of War. (via ebompraquemgosta) (via peacenikseekspeacenik) (via loveandzombies) (via fuckyeahtrannies) (via genderqueer)
…The material world provides no self-evident reflections of individual...– Paul Mullins, Race and Affluence, 1999
Going crazy writing papers… →
Ableist Word Profile by Feminists With... →
Song For A Thin Sister (Audre Lorde)
Either heard or taught as girls we thought that skinny was funny or a little bit silly and feeling a pull toward the large and the colorful I would joke you when you grew too thin. But your new kind of hunger makes me chilly like danger for I see you forever retreating shrinking into a stranger in flight— and growing up black and fat I was so sure that skinny was funny ...
got a bunch of mail this week! including hella... →
a new page in the life of the bearded lady. →
Cushman’s androgyny suggested to her nineteenth-century followers that identity...– Elizabeth Reitz Mullenix on Charlotte Cushman in her book, Wearing the Breeches (via feminision) (via genderqueer)
Diamondback cartoon today →