This week, a lot of the stuff I read was about the Vampire Castle. In the interest of sour-faced identitarian piety and following my priest’s desire to excommunicate and condemn, I put all that in another post. Meanwhile, here’s some other stuff.
Dumbing down feminism for the working class is tedious and offensive (Dawn Foster)- Dawn knocks it out of the park here, and says some very important things.
Monosexism: Battling the Biases of Biphobia (Erin Tatum)- A really good primer.
Intersectionality for 7 year olds (Disabled Feminism)- A really sweet story about how a woman explained intersectional feminism to her seven year old.
Your Ability to Can Even: A Defense of Internet Linguistics (Tia Baheri)- Cool piece about how we talk on the internet and I rlly enjoyed it so
Being transgender and transitioning doesn’t make me brave or courageous (Entirely Amelia)- Important piece on courage narratives.
Maybe it’s more important than you think (fearlessknits)- A personal post about the importance of queer sexuality.
Public bodies (sometimes it’s just a cigar)- An examination of how women are still seen as property.
And finally, have some ridiculous street posters.
4 thoughts on “Things I read this week that I found interesting”
Thanks for the rec, I’ve only just started my Disabled Feminism blog, really appreciate your including it
I popped open all the links. They are all relevant. Thumbs up.
Thanks so much for linking to me! 🙂
Thanks for these suggestions- fantastic! Keep up the great work.