Hi everyone! I read things, and I share them because they’re interesting.
Female bodies: A weighty issue (Foz Meadows)- An excellent evidence-based analysis on what “overweight” means and how that category is mostly a nonsense.
8 Accounts of Black People Being Used As Guinea Pigs (K. Abel)- A horrifying bit of recent history.
You Are Too Much (Hannah Black)- Starting with the Over Attached Girlfriend meme.
Mental health: why we’re all sick under neoliberalism (Ray Filar)- Ray examines how the way society is structured contributes to mental illness.
Male Privilege on Muslim twitter (AniqahC)- A social experiment from women of colour.
Our Willow, Ourselves (Lindsay King-Miller)- Presenting an alternate perspective on the character from Buffy, which is rather sweet.
Brixton Fairies: Made Possible By Squatting– A short documentary on the role of squatters in radical queer movement.
If privileged women were as likely to do survival sex work as they are likely to get an abortion, there would be no feminist debate on sex work (Lori Adorable)- This case made, succinctly.
I hate my job, I hate my job, I hate my job – what many think but won’t tell the boss (Dawn Foster)- On hating work.
Sex is not the opposite of feminism (girlonthenet)- Some shit that oughtn’t need to be said, said well.
And finally, have some retro-style posters for recent films.
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