Quickies: 08/07/2012

Quickies: 08/07/2012

Hey look, the nice folks at Society and Space have published a theme issue on queer space and made it available online! I love me some open access to scholarly journals in the morning, yes I do.

Presented without comment: The Homophobia Song, by comedian Katie Goodman.

Ozy at NSWATM tackles masculinity policing in Newsweek’s coverage of Mitt Romney.

Uganda has just had their first-ever Pride parade. Read about it here.

Check out this thought-provoking (and pretty, of course) “half-drag” photography.

Featured image from photographer Leland Bobbe.

Rachel is a queer lady from Texas who currently resides in southeastern Wisconsin. She studied history at Texas A&M University and has spent more time than she cares to admit arguing social justice with junior Republicans. She volunteers with Planned Parenthood and enjoys knitting, media criticism, and comic book slash fiction.

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  1. Uganda has just had their first-ever Pride parade.

    That’s nice to hear.

    Presented without comment: The Homophobia Song, by comedian Katie Goodman.

    This reminds me of a documentary i watched on neonazism in Germany which said that some of the leaders of the neonazis discovered one day that they’re gay and then they had to resign and go hide from their racist friends, lol.

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