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kusama pyjamas

Submit   gender + art If blogs were mullets, this would be the party at the back where I aggregate anything to do with gender in arts, pop culture and my favorite, queer feminist art. Less a blog than a visual scrapbook/experiment in linking creators and audiences. For the business at the front of sharing art that might interest queer, feminist, womanist, sex radical, genderqueer, transgender, whoever creatives: please click on the pink above.

Titled for Yayoi Kusama, who is the cat's pyjamas.


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In Amerika They Call Us Dykes: Lesbian Lives in the 70s- Fall Festival 
h/t karaj


"The 1970s was a period of intense excitement, change, activism, and activity for lesbians.  As lesbian feminism redefined what qualified as a "political issue" and challenged every assumption about gender, race, class, ability, sexuality, and any other social category, lesbians of all kinds created cultural, social, political, economic, and regional organizations and networks. …In recognition of this momentous decade, the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS) announces a weekend-long event/conference/festival of lesbian history, culture, arts, scholarship, discussion, and performance from Friday, October 8 to Sunday, October 10th.”  Despite my eternal conflict with lesbian feminist heritage, I sigh with happiness at this event for the better aspects: merging ridiculously politically defiant womens socializing with major cultural geekery.

gonegood:

In Amerika They Call Us Dykes: Lesbian Lives in the 70s- Fall Festival 

h/t karaj

"The 1970s was a period of intense excitement, change, activism, and activity for lesbians.  As lesbian feminism redefined what qualified as a "political issue" and challenged every assumption about gender, race, class, ability, sexuality, and any other social category, lesbians of all kinds created cultural, social, political, economic, and regional organizations and networks. …

In recognition of this momentous decade, the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS) announces a weekend-long event/conference/festival of lesbian history, culture, arts, scholarship, discussion, and performance from Friday, October 8 to Sunday, October 10th.” 

Despite my eternal conflict with lesbian feminist heritage, I sigh with happiness at this event for the better aspects: merging ridiculously politically defiant womens socializing with major cultural geekery.

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