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Wildcat Strike: Sports Show the Possibilities of Collective Action

While a boycott is a consumptive act of resistance, a strike is an action grounded in labor resistance. 

The Internet has (Literally) Accelerated Gender Reveal Parties

Gender reveal parties are killing people. Also, they’re absurd.

“Legend of Korra” Shows How to Navigate PTSD While Fighting Injustice

Legend of Korra shows TV viewers that it’s possible to manage trauma—even while continuing the fight for justice.

Trauma Fishbowl: Reality TV Is Costing Survivors More Than Privacy

These events are a stark reminder of the price of fame.

Verbalizing the Self: Why Bisexuals Are Fighting to Update the Definition of Bisexuality

Merriam-Webster finally changed their definition of bisexuality. Is it a win for bisexuals, or more of the same?

Begone with the Wind: How Hollywood Rewrites Slavery

If these cinematic perceptions of slavery are committed to memory, then we might accept the plantation as a mere backdrop to terror rather than the very site of it.

How a $490 Strawberry Dress Became Queer Culture

“Be my girlfriend: You buy the pink strawberry dress and I’ll buy the black,” could almost be a 2020 pickup line.

Dethroning Romance: Angela Chen Archives the Evolution of Asexuality

“I write about how asexuality has become a sexual identity, but it can also be thought of as just a way of living that doesn’t center sex.”

Dolezal 2.0: The Audacity of Cosplaying as Black

Everything about her behavior screams of whiteness.

The Long Feminist History of Fighting for Universal Childcare

The erasure of childcare as a feminist agenda point has had various consequences.

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