After achieving rights and protections equal to those of our fellow citizens, the rainbow flag could have been retired to a historical moment; instead it has become a symbol of modern dystopia and an attack on women’s rights.
From Pride to the Vancouver Public Library, women are being shut out: A lesbian VPL employee speaks out
As the Vancouver Public Library (VPL) worried about strained relationships with and the safety of “trans, gender-variant, and two-spirited individuals” due to the impending arrival of Meghan Murphy (founder of Feminist Current),…
Pride is no longer about fighting discrimination; it’s no wonder people are choosing not to raise the flag
Pride has become one of the most intolerant political movements of our time, yet everyone is expected to get on board.
Get The L Out is about more than defending lesbian’s sexual and political boundaries — it is also about creating a common future for lesbians and other women.
Meghan Murphy interviews Renee Gerlich about her ongoing activism in New Zealand and the struggles she’s faced in doing this work.
Julie Moss interviews Gaye Chapman, an out lesbian who went to the Los Angeles 2018 Pride festival with a self-made flag. A photo of Gaye has since circulated on social media alongside the words, “Real lesbians are back.”
We stand in solidarity with Martha Harvey and with the principles of free speech, critical thought, and woman-centered politics.
In this week’s installment of Feminist Theory Fridays, Susan Cox explores compulsory heterosexuality and the lesbian continuum.
Within all the talk of “inclusivity,” lesbians are feeling unwelcome at Pride.
In a last-ditch effort to frame feminists as moralistic neocons and Oppressors of Freedom and Liberty, Alice Klein at NOW Magazine asks: Will johns become the new “fags?” You knew this was…