For the first time I filmed myself talking about queer stuff.
The project is intended to be a repository of blog entries, scholarly papers, news articles, videos, music, poetry, etc. etc. available in English but created by (mostly radical) queers from non-English speaking regions, to provide a collection of rad-queer voices in non-Western, non-English speaking worlds that are often overlooked by English-language LGBT journalism.
As I was increasingly sick and tired of the allegro call-out culture of Twitter (I quit my main jpnz account recently), I looked for a new platform. Tumblr, maybe? I thought. Then I remembered I had my own domain and hosting here. For a change, I picked a new design template and modified it a bit. Especially useful was Richard’s Modifying OpenGraph Data from WordPress’s Jetpack.
I’m hoping to blog as often as I used to, like in the pre-Twitter, pre-Facebook era.
I added a few more slides to show the larger picture of the way that labor laws operate in the U.S.
To read more about this issue, click here to read Yasmin Nair’s “ENDA, We Hardly Know Ya.”