Weekend Links, Vol. 81: why we care

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. This week’s links highlight our feminist struggles to create new worlds here and now. We hope with this small curation of links to illuminate the work of the prolific and active feminist blogosphere.

Links We Like

Healing self-image during the full moon/lunar eclipse in Aries

Check out this list of mental health resources for folx who can’t afford therapy

The limits of trans liberalism

Why celebrating “first-Black-ever” occasions doesn’t work for some of us

Following the one year anniversary of the disappearance of 43 normalista students from Ayotzinapa, communities reflect on 50 years of murder and impunity in Mexico

Acknowledging the Black women science has exploited and left unnamed

If you feel like shit, check out this helpful interactive guide for self-care

Listen To Our Voices” follows 11 activists discussing the past, present, and future of the trans rights movement

Sharline Chiang shares trying to become white and realizing being white isn’t that great

While people were clamoring with excitement about Pope Francis’s visit to Washington, D.C., California tribes called for redress as the Pope intended to canonize Junipero Serra, who led violent enslavement of their ancestors

This list originated following the rebellion in Baltimore, but it still proves useful. Black farmers to buy from instead of Whole Foods

Phoebe Wall made a zine exploring the complexities of unplanned pregnancy

What’s missing from the conversation about missing and murdered indigenous women and girls


Art We Like

Danna Grace Windsor’s queer anime is definitely worth exploring.
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Videos We Like

Writer, musician, filmmaker, and performer Vivek Shraya speaks on bisexual erasure and his experiences having his bisexuality policed:


Music We Like

Rapper TJ Brown takes on police brutality over Nas’s “NY State of Mind” beat:

The first half of Okonon’s debut LP, Turkson Side, came out this week! Be sure to check it out.

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