This week in queer web content // July 13, 2012

Every week I share a roundup of blog posts, articles, and news items that have caught my eye and may be of interest to the rest of the community. If you have anything that you think I should read, please don’t hesitate to share!

  • “I see a community that wants to do gender better drawing lines around sexuality in a way that’s overdetermined by cisnormativity, and I think that’s worth talking about.” Jos wrote a follow-up to her original post about transmisogyny in dating.
  • Ozy Frantz writes about a two-tiered concept of privilege, chiefly as a tool for explaining the concept to those who are resistant to it or regard mentions of privilege as an attack on their identity or a dismissal of their accomplishments.
  • An anti-abortion ad that has been airing on CTV in Ontario has been revealed to be a licensed version of an American ad, paid for by Alliance for Life.
  • Nobel Peace Laureates raise their voices to protest discrimination and violence against queer communities worldwide.

–Chelsea Edgell, Communications and Promotions Coordinator


One thought on “This week in queer web content // July 13, 2012

  1. […] have been roundups for July 23, July 16, July 13, and July 3. You can also view a complete list of all past links included in the roundups on […]

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