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Gender Gerrymandering

This morning, quite mechanically, I updated my Facebook newsfeed. Its a bit like spinning a wheel of fortune- there is a thrill in the unpredictability of what might come up. 2,450 more words

Religion, LGBT Activism and Queer Politics in Africa

Call for Papers for AASR Conference Panel

Ezra Chitando (World Council of Churches/University of Zimbabwe) and Adriaan van Klinken (University of Leeds)

The African Association for the Study of Religions holds its biennial conference on the theme “Revisiting Religion, Politics, and the State in Africa and the African Diaspora”, in Lusaka, 1-4 August, 2018. 211 more words



The survey might be over, but the jury is still out and the battle for equality is far from won.

No sooner did the polls close than the debate on what the legislation might look like began. 1,091 more words


'Contestations within the Queer Movement in India': A Report from DUQC's Student Panel

The Delhi University Queer Collective (DUQC), in collaboration with the Ramjas Gender Forum, held a panel discussion on ‘Contestations Within The Queer Movement’ on November 3, 2017 in Ramjas College. 906 more words

Queer Politics

On Markets, Meetings, and Social Value

No political tendency offers much to unpopular/unlovable folks. Some queer, feminist, and disability radicalisms make an effort. Communisms at least theoretically want equal material nice things for everyone. 154 more words


Nothing About Us Without Us

Today, TENI – Transgender Equality Network of Ireland announced their new CEO. He is a white cisgender man. While there is no doubt that his CV is impressive, I am personally incredibly disappointed that the board of TENI have appointed Stephen O’Hare. 149 more words

Queer Politics

Panel on Queer Identities in Northeast India - A Report

The Delhi University Queer Collective (DUQC), in association with Zubaan Books and the Gender Studies Cell at St. Stephens College, held a panel discussion on ‘Queer Identities in the Northeast’ on September 21, 2017 as part of Zubaan’s… 837 more words

Gender Studies