28 MORE Black Picture Books That Aren’t About Boycotts, Buses or Basketball (2018)

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[Reblog]Remembering and Unerasing Trans History: Two Medieval Writings on Trans Identity — The Red Phoenix

Learn trans history; celebrate trans history!   One of the most prevalent attacks on trans people in the US, from both the left and the right, is that trans identity is a product of modern times and cannot be found in preceding eras. This is a product of selective history at best and intentional erasure … Continue reading [Reblog]Remembering and Unerasing Trans History: Two Medieval Writings on Trans Identity — The Red Phoenix

Vegan Gains needs to STOP (or: Why I Don’t Debate Veganism)

Disclaimer: While I recognize that ethical veganism recognizes that other-than-human animals are not ours to exploit for any purpose, I'm going to be talking solely about "food veganism" here, as that's what's being discussed in these videos. TW: YouTube comment that contains mild sexual harassment. Recently, in my occasional forays into the jungles of the … Continue reading Vegan Gains needs to STOP (or: Why I Don’t Debate Veganism)

Why Is “Educate Yourself!” Seen as a Controversial Statement?

If you can't take the "educate yourself " comments, get out of the social commentary kitchen.

16 Things I’ve Learned in 30 Years

Hello, all you beautiful beings! I know it's been a while, and I had considered parlaying this list into a video. However, since I'd already typed it out and I've been kind of neglecting my blog here, I figured posting it here is a great plan. Today is my 30th birthday. I've had a few … Continue reading 16 Things I’ve Learned in 30 Years

How to Learn More about Feminism

Because it's not all about video game critics, YouTube drama, and Buzzfeed.