Shortly after moving to San Francisco eight years ago, they introduced me to the radical artists / activists, Leroy Moore and Patty Berne, and the project they founded, Null Sins. Recently I had been granted federal disability benefits, and although I had a lifelong disability and had been an activist since I was a teenager - and even though I had spent the past fifteen years … [Read more...]
[Image description: The photograph shows black disabled activist and artist Leroy Moore. He has short cropped hair, a mustache and a beard. He is standing bare-chested, with his hands together out in front of him. The text above him reads: “All bodies are unique and essential. All bodies are whole. All bodies have strengths and needs that must be met. We are powerful not … [Read more...]
[Sexually explicit content] [Image description: The watercolor painting shows a landscape of green trees, hills, and meadows with a quarter-moon waxing to full against a darkening beige sky. Copyright Nomy Lamm.] Every night, the moon changes. Dancing, shifting, like a long slow wink or an elaborate fan dance. She is dark, hiding, then a fingernail of light; waxing, … [Read more...]
[Image description: The graphic shows a drawing of Kayla Moore, a large black trans woman. She has shoulder-length brown hair, and she is smiling and flashing a peace sign. Her shirt is purple and black with a blue heart, and the words “Justice for Kayla” appear in orange on her shoulder and neckline. Above her face are the words, “We remember Kayla Moore” in a purple and teal … [Read more...]
The Body Is Not an Apology
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