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Schulman on Her Jewish Identity & Queer Politics at the Gay Center

A book reading two years in the making, Queers Against Israeli Apartheid's (QAIA's) event featuring Sarah Schulman had its innocuous moments (the actual reading of a memoir, by genre an uncontestab ...

Was Marco Millian killed in Mississippi because he was black or gay?

Marco Millian was a trailblazer, and the pride of the Mississippi Delta. Just in his twenties Ebony magazine in 2004 hailed him as on the nation's 30 leaders under the age of 30. ...

The Boy Scouts of America: Another Closed Door For Black GBTQ Youth

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) and the Black Church are rightly lauded for molding young black men into adult leaders. ...

Pop Theory 25: The Fantasy of Happiness in "Catfish"

Because of their “negative buoyancy” caused by their big fat, flat, bony heads, catfish are bottom feeders and bottom dwellers. ...

MLK Day Reflection on LGBTQ Justice

This Monday, we will mark 27 years of observing Martin Luther King Day. Some states began honoring Dr. King on January 20, 1986. ...

Pop Theory 20: Can the LGBT Movement Move Beyond Sexuality?

[Editor's Note: Pop Theory 20 was first published at AfterEllen on 21 Sept 2012. ...

Celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation

This January 1 marked the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. ...

Pop Theory 16: The State/Space of "Butch" 2012

Last week’s column about the “cotton ceiling” theory and cis and trans gender relations made me t ...

Book Review: "Israel/Palestine and the Queer International," by Sarah Schulman

Renaissance queer “credible” Sarah Schulman’s new memoir Israel/Palestine and the Queer International (Duke University Press) is part manual, part testament on how to learn from o ...

Harvard's Carr Center Delivers With Its Audre Lorde Lecture Series

The Sexuality, Gender, and Human Rights Program at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at the Harvard Kennedy Schoolinaugurated its Audre Lorde Human Rights Lecture Series this year with two (a ...
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