Shannon Weber, Ph.D is a Boston-based queer femme writer and researcher who writes about U.S. politics, social movements, feminism, and spirituality. She is a Content Writer at The Body Is Not An Apology, a contributing writer at Bitch and AlterNet, and has also written for Teen Vogue and Everyday Feminism, among others. A former gender studies professor, she is a recognized expert and published scholar in gender and sexuality studies. She loves autumn, tarot, and her dog daughter Francesca. Say hi on Twitter @ShannonWeberPhD!
Lana Del Rey's "When the World Was at War We Kept Dancing" on repeat (oh so relevant). My go-tos, namely Gaga, Florence + the Machine, and Spice Girls. A LOT of Loreena McKennitt. And a little diddy called "Femme on Femme" by the incredible Gaymous.
Leah Remini's Scientology show, The Dead Files, and any political comedy clips that can get me to laugh-cry through another day of this dystopian "presidency."
Many Moons workbook. Gods of the Blood: The Pagan Revival and White Separatism by Mattias Gardell. Telling myself I'm going to finally dig into Hannah Arendt's The Origins of Totalitarianism. You know, your typical beach reading.