France’s Homosexual Front for Revolutionary Action Showed an Anti-Capitalist Perspective for Sexual Liberation
The Homosexual Front for Revolutionary Action was formed amid the massive protests in France in May 1968. The group’s anti-capitalist perspective for sexual liberation rings true today, especially during Pride month.
Pablo HerónJune 9, 2022
LGBTQ+ Starbucks Workers Fight for Unions — and against All Discrimination
A new precarious generation is pushing for unions and labor rights, putting up a collective fight against all the inequalities that capitalism sustains. LGBTQ+ people have been an integral part of this process.
Pablo HerónApril 22, 2022
The Odyssey of Trans Women Trying to Flee Ukraine
Since the beginning of the war, the Ukrainian authorities have barred trans women from leaving the country. Laws in Ukraine are restrictive when it comes to accessing documents with the correct gender identity, and the war has further exacerbated the discrimination suffered by LGBTQ+ people.
Pablo HerónApril 13, 2022
Pinkwashing: Why Big Corporations Drape Themselves in Rainbows
Large companies use non-discrimination programs, logos emblazoned with the pride flag, and LGBTQ+ and female directors to advocate for "inclusion" in a world where inequality is the norm.
Pablo HerónJune 8, 2021