Tag Archives: queer community

Call for Submissions: On Privilege and Erasure in Queer Studies

I found this on Tumblr and I’m just passing it on. See below for info and links. I’m currently working on my senior thesis, a critique of queer theory and queer studies that focuses on the ways in which these disciplines presume a singular queer person/experience, which ultimately centers white gay men and subsequently erases […]

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queer rights around the world

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Via @audaciaray LGBT rights vary widely from place to place. With all of the current hoopla in the US about same-sex marriage, I think it’s important to recognize the struggles queers face in other places. The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA) has created a world map showing the places where queers […]

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here we go again with the lies and hate

It seems that the National Organization for Marriage can’t come up with a reason why same sex couples shouldn’t get married that’s not based on bigotry and homophobia, so they’re falling back on creating a moral panic. Check this out. Pretty remarkable isn’t it. Lies about how people who support queer marriage are going to […]

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