Kit Harington photographed by Terry Richardson
yup just like that
LOOK AT THESE DELICIOUS SWIMSUITS THAT OUR OWN GIRL GABI DESIGNED OMGGGGG
amahzing. if i hadnt just bought my fatkini from etsy id be all over this ish.
This is by far one of my favorite things about John Waters’ films starring Divine. These scenes with someone who is so Violently Visibly Queer simply walking down the street and people are so fucking terrified/confused that they just don’t even know what to do. These scenes actually make me want to be out in public, and that is saying a lot for someone with an anxiety disorder and unhealthy isolationist tendencies who has had the shit beaten out of them and physically and verbally harassed so many times just for existing visibly as they perceive themselves. And I still want that fucking dress from Female Trouble.
Julia Serano is perhaps best-known as the author of Whipping Girl: A Transsexual Woman on Sexism and the Scapegoating of Femininity, the book that popularized the word “cisgender.” Her influential text helped shift the conversation about trans inclusion and the marginalization of trans women in particular. In part one of this extended interview, we discuss how her background as a biologist helps her debunk transphobic arguments.
- how she came to find her name on Stephen Colbert’s wikipedia page,
- why identifying as bisexual is not inherently transphobic,
- how she popularized the word cisgender.
Downloadable version here.
working on very important things like my femme-inist tattoo drafts