28 8 / 2014

ohshitimingradschool:

ill-dodongo-your-cavern:

AHHH TWO-SPIRIT REGALIA

THEY ARE SO CUTE

credit

queerstudiesoregonstate have you seen this?

Thanks! Yayayaaaay!

28 8 / 2014

ohshitimingradschool:

ajuliettetlalli:

sicosa:

~La Pareja~
I just wanted to see some queer latinx art sooo. This was fun to do because of the lighting and it was not fun to do because of the lighting.Denim is tough. Branches are tough, leaves are tough. Flesh is fun and flexible. I wanted expressive strokes! I think I delivered kinda. As with every piece I learned a thing or two.
Hope someone out there enjoys!

😍😍😍

another one for queerstudiesoregonstate

Love it!

ohshitimingradschool:

ajuliettetlalli:

sicosa:

~La Pareja~

I just wanted to see some queer latinx art sooo. This was fun to do because of the lighting and it was not fun to do because of the lighting.Denim is tough. Branches are tough, leaves are tough. Flesh is fun and flexible. I wanted expressive strokes! I think I delivered kinda. As with every piece I learned a thing or two.

Hope someone out there enjoys!

😍😍😍

another one for queerstudiesoregonstate

Love it!

29 6 / 2014

transstudent:

Want to share your story? Inside Out is looking for short trans youth narratives to spread trans visibility! Click here to learn more!

transstudent:

Want to share your story? Inside Out is looking for short trans youth narratives to spread trans visibility! Click here to learn more!


(via lgbtgivesmehope)

29 6 / 2014

michaeljfaris:

In May, my friend Ersula, an assistant professor at Arizona State, had a run-in with a police officer—one that seems pretty clearly a case of racial profiling and police violence. The ASU ethnic studies faculty summarize the events in their call for an investigation:

On the evening of May…

28 6 / 2014

27 6 / 2014

26 6 / 2014

Queer Studies Courses at Oregon State University, Fall 2014!
Undergraduate Courses

 

QS/WGSS 262-001: Introduction to Queer Studies (DPD). 3 credits.

Dr. Qwo-Li Driskill

MW 12:00-1:20 PM

 

QS/WGSS 262-400: Introduction to Queer Studies Online. (DPD). 3 Credits.

Michael Floyd

Ecampus

 

QS/WGSS 462-400: Queer Theories Online. (DPD). 3 Credits.

Michael Floyd

Ecampus

 

Graduate Courses

 

WGSS 514-001. Systems of Oppression in Women’s Lives. 4 Credits.

Dr. Qwo-Li Driskill

M 2:00-5:50 PM

Required course for MA and PhD Minors and MAIS area in Queer Studies

Queer Studies Courses at Oregon State University, Fall 2014!

Undergraduate Courses

 

QS/WGSS 262-001: Introduction to Queer Studies (DPD). 3 credits.

Dr. Qwo-Li Driskill

MW 12:00-1:20 PM

 

QS/WGSS 262-400: Introduction to Queer Studies Online. (DPD). 3 Credits.

Michael Floyd

Ecampus

 

QS/WGSS 462-400: Queer Theories Online. (DPD). 3 Credits.

Michael Floyd

Ecampus

 

Graduate Courses

 

WGSS 514-001. Systems of Oppression in Women’s Lives. 4 Credits.

Dr. Qwo-Li Driskill

M 2:00-5:50 PM

Required course for MA and PhD Minors and MAIS area in Queer Studies

21 6 / 2014

keioshiahp:

Come out to our booth at the WindowRock Flea Market and get some condoms! Ask for a demonstration! Or, just come and talk to is 😄 were rocking @inezjasper 😘 #Diné #Indigenous #Navajo #FleaMarket #InezJasper (at Window Rock Flea Market)

11 6 / 2014

Look at some of the fabulous work in WGSS, QS, and other programs at Oregon State University!

08 6 / 2014

rambleonamazon:

interpretivescreaming:

gayflames:

Report-back and photos from the march on Albany (March 14, 1971) for the loosening of laws against homosexuality and “impersonation.” Photos include Queens Liberation Front and Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries.

There’s a “trans critical” book coming out next year that is premised on the gaslighting proposal that the trans rights movement started in the 90’s. Keep our history safe, ya’ll. There are those who would take it from us.

Another noteworthy moment in modern trans history.

And as a reminder, the word “transvestite” had very different meanings at different points in the past 100+ years, and for a large portion of the past century there hasn’t been a strong dividing line between cross dressers, fetishists, drag queens, and trans women. It’s a good object lesson on how quickly language can evolve, especially within a culture so young and still finding its feet (or at least re-discovering itself, as in the case of trans women. Which is why I prefer to give people the benefit of the doubt on linguistic missteps.

(via just-exquisite)