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My #PRIDE Recommendations

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Originally posted on Books at Dawn:
Hey Bookworms! As we all know by now, June is #Pride Month! Wooooooo! As a member of the LGBTQIA+ community, I am always on the look out for books to read with characters or…

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5 Trans Books to Watch Out For

Originally posted on Ballyroan Reads:
As part of Pride Month, we point out five Trans books that have caught our eye: Trans: A Memoir by Juliet Jacques In July 2012, aged thirty, Juliet Jacques underwent sex reassignment surgery, a process…

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Intolerance in the LGBTQIA+ Community

Originally posted on Queerly Texan:
In a perfect world the LGBTQ+ community would be all sunshine and rainbows and acceptance, but sometimes it isn’t. There’s a big problem with racism within the community, specifically with gay men. Having “no asians”…

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Texas Legislature Attack on LGBTQ+ Community

Originally posted on Queerly Texan:
I’m really disappointed that I have to write this post. Not surprised, but incredibly disappointed. A while back I wrote a post on the proposed Anti-LGBTQ+  laws, unfortunately they are going into effect soon. It feels…

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It’s Monday! Let’s talk hair and privilege and policing blackness

This is important

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Feminism 101

Originally posted on Molly Aldrich-Wincer:
It should come as no surprise that feminism is one of my favourite topics to talk about. I even decided to write a dissertation about it. I wanted to outline some of the basics. Feminism is…

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Justifying Oppression: The Lie of Attacking Police

Originally posted on Zone of Non-being:
Since it is National Police Week, Trump gave a speech yesterday recognizing all the officers killed in the line of duty. He declared that the attacks on law enforcement “must end right now.” Lets…

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