Weekend Links, Vol. 68: #BreakingCurfew

Welcome to another week of feminist web surfing! In Weekend Links we gather a set of the most engaging journalism, prose, poetry, art, activism, and Interweb images or memes we have come across. We hope with this small curation of links to illuminate the work of the prolific and active feminist blogosphere.

Links We Like

This decidedly not lame dating app for queer folks, created by a woman of color

New Hollywood release Aloha and its unbearable whiteness

Marc Jeremy dancing as survival and resistance in Negratude

Australia’s National Sorry Day sparks reminders of continuing injustices against Indigenous Australians

Check out D’Lo D’Loco Kid, a queer transgender Tamil Sri Lankan-American, and his artistic journey

Pledge of allegiance remixed by a black, gay man

An ever relevant complication of politeness in social justice movements

Mayor Libby Schaaf’s nighttime protest ban in Oakland inspired nighttime protests: #BreakingCurfew

The New York Times’ collection of essays about trans* experiences in “Transgender Today

Queer thoughts on #MarRef

The New York Times summer reading list finally achieves 100 percent whiteness

6 prominent folx answer: “Do you prefer ‘Native American’ or ‘American Indian’?

This designer is making a maternity line for genderqueer parents

Roundhouse Poetry Slam 2015 final is available for viewing online beginning tomorrow


 

Art We Like

Prisca M. Monnier and Nadeem Mateky explore female Black dandies in their editorial “Dandy Queens“:

dandy queen


 

Sites We Like

Check out THEM, a trans literary journal with a powerful mission:

THEM lit journal

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