laurencephilomene:

Feminine Identities (final prints so far)

(Source: laurencephilomene.blogspot.ca)

(Source: mesogeios, via ghostlegs)

ffoart:

All my alphabet as one set

For separate letters and higher resolution see

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

(via scientificillustration)

performanceofgender:

thesweetestspit:

Embodiment: A Portrait of Queer Life in America
Molly Landreth

MORE HERE

laurengoldsteinart:

In the Name of the Father, Son, and the Holy Gash

laurengoldsteinart:

In the Name of the Father, Son, and the Holy Gash

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privileged-person:

[Red book cover with yellow text. The figure of a woman on her hands and knees is outlined in yellow. Text:THIS BRIDGE CALLED MY BACKWRITINGS by RADICAL WOMEN of COLOREditors: Cherrie Moraga, Gloria AnzalduaForeward: Toni Cade Bambara86,000 Copies SoldWinner Of The 1986 Before Columbus Foundation American Book Award]
oh-snap-pro-choice:

qamaranwzaytoun:

readafuckingbook:

This Bridge Called My Back - Writings by Radical Women of Color
I don’t care what gender studies or queer theory class you’ve taken, you need to read this book, but be warned, it is a rare find and might expensive. It contains several essays by womanists discussing their experience, racism, poverty, how racism pervaded the feminist movement in the early 1980s and most importantly the individual experiences of asian pacific, black, american indian and latina/chicana women. This words you find in this book and the truths that will make your soul sick are imperrative for understanding the history of racism, feminism, systematic oppression and white privilege. These are stories that have, even today, been swept under the rug and out of sight. 
You need to read this fucking book. 

PDF version downloadable here.

So I just found out about this book and I already started it and it’s amazing! Please download this and read it, it’s BEYOND super important. If you don’t want to read it, at least pass it along. -Alyssa

privileged-person:

[Red book cover with yellow text. The figure of a woman on her hands and knees is outlined in yellow. Text:
THIS BRIDGE CALLED MY BACK
WRITINGS by RADICAL WOMEN of COLOR
Editors: Cherrie Moraga, Gloria Anzaldua
Foreward: Toni Cade Bambara
86,000 Copies Sold
Winner Of The 1986 Before Columbus Foundation American Book Award]

oh-snap-pro-choice:

qamaranwzaytoun:

readafuckingbook:

This Bridge Called My Back - Writings by Radical Women of Color

I don’t care what gender studies or queer theory class you’ve taken, you need to read this book, but be warned, it is a rare find and might expensive. It contains several essays by womanists discussing their experience, racism, poverty, how racism pervaded the feminist movement in the early 1980s and most importantly the individual experiences of asian pacific, black, american indian and latina/chicana women. This words you find in this book and the truths that will make your soul sick are imperrative for understanding the history of racism, feminism, systematic oppression and white privilege. These are stories that have, even today, been swept under the rug and out of sight. 

You need to read this fucking book. 

PDF version downloadable here.

So I just found out about this book and I already started it and it’s amazing! Please download this and read it, it’s BEYOND super important. If you don’t want to read it, at least pass it along. -Alyssa

(via you-see-emily)

originalplumbing:

10 Transgender Artists Who Are Changing The Landscape Of Contemporary Art

Working in an array of artistic media including photography, video, sculpture, classical music and the spoken word, transgender artists are sharing their stories and experiences, their trauma and hope, their pasts and futures — on their own terms.

by Priscilla Frank for Huffington Post Arts & Culture

(via queer-sex-revolution)