Didn’t read much, because fascists keep showing up and I keep having to oppose them, but here’s some things I read this week that I found interesting, some of it not necessarily written this week. Please drop me more links I may find interesting.
Standing on the shoulders of giants (Reni Eddo-Lodge)- Reni takes us on a journey through the same argument that keeps being had, from Sojourner Truth to Audre Lourde, via bell hooks. Let’s stop this happening now, please.
White privilege? Check (Sam Ambreen)- Sam articulates continuing righteous dismay with white feminists.
Louise Mensch, take a lesson on privilege from the internet (Laurie Penny)- In which Laurie completely schools anti-intersectional commentators, explaining some basics and giving them no excuse to plead ignorance.
The Dictionary and Marginalised People (Womanist Musings)- You know that annoying thing where someone stubbornly rims their dictionary rather than engage in a discussion on social justice? Here’s why that’s bullshit.
And finally, GBC Legal are amazing, and have been doing invaluable work in the last week. They train legal observers and can send them when a protest is happening, provide information about rights and do support for people who have been arrested during political activism. They need money to keep doing the invaluable work they do. Can you help them?
2 thoughts on “Things I read this week that I found interesting”
How not to be a dick to a D/deaf person http://www.xojane.com/issues/how-not-to-be-a-dick-to-your-deaf-friend
The reality shock of “equality” in Northern Europe’s social unrest http://www.redlightpolitics.info/post/51472503162/the-reality-shock-of-equality-in-northern-europes
I was wondering if you had read this, http://jellyandlilipop.wordpress.com/2013/06/02/periodgate/ Its so stunning and i am in awe she realsies something I was in my late thirties until i got.