Category: Gender & Sexuality

Berlin: Queers for Palestine at the Radical Pride Parade

“Queer liberation is anti-racist and anti-colonial.” An interview with Dr. Melanie Richter-Montpetit, one of the co-organizers of the Queers for Palestine block at the Radical Queer March on July 26 in Berlin.

From Queer Struggle to Revolution

In the last 35 years of LGBTQ+ struggle, we have won more rights. But we have also seen greater institutionalization, co-optation, fragmentation and depoliticization of the LGBTQ+ movement. How can we revolutionize the queer struggle?

DSA Members Call for Mass Strike for Reproductive Justice

A proposed resolution urges the DSA to organize a nation-wide mass strike “when Roe v. Wade is challenged at the Supreme Court.” The resolution will be voted on at the DSA’s upcoming national convention. This could be the starting point for the kinds of mass actions needed to stop the right-wing offensive against reproductive rights.

Queer Struggle, Class Struggle: Reflections on Stonewall at 50

Today marks the 50th anniversary of Stonewall. The three-day riot against police violence will be commemorated with radical demonstrations, but also with “parades” including police, corporate floats and speeches by capitalist politicians. What happened? Has queerness lost its revolutionary potential?

An Anti-Capitalist Guide to NYC’s Pride Weekend

On the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall, the WorldPride Parade in New York—with its corporate sponsorships and close relationship with the cops—is not the only Pride event taking place. Here is a short guide to Pride in New York City this weekend.

Berlin: Queers for Palestine at the Radical Pride Parade

“Queer liberation is anti-racist and anti-colonial.” An interview with Dr. Melanie Richter-Montpetit, one of the co-organizers of the Queers for Palestine block at the Radical Queer March on July 26 in Berlin.

From Queer Struggle to Revolution

In the last 35 years of LGBTQ+ struggle, we have won more rights. But we have also seen greater institutionalization, co-optation, fragmentation and depoliticization of the LGBTQ+ movement. How can we revolutionize the queer struggle?

DSA Members Call for Mass Strike for Reproductive Justice

A proposed resolution urges the DSA to organize a nation-wide mass strike “when Roe v. Wade is challenged at the Supreme Court.” The resolution will be voted on at the DSA’s upcoming national convention. This could be the starting point for the kinds of mass actions needed to stop the right-wing offensive against reproductive rights.

Queer Struggle, Class Struggle: Reflections on Stonewall at 50

Today marks the 50th anniversary of Stonewall. The three-day riot against police violence will be commemorated with radical demonstrations, but also with “parades” including police, corporate floats and speeches by capitalist politicians. What happened? Has queerness lost its revolutionary potential?

An Anti-Capitalist Guide to NYC’s Pride Weekend

On the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall, the WorldPride Parade in New York—with its corporate sponsorships and close relationship with the cops—is not the only Pride event taking place. Here is a short guide to Pride in New York City this weekend.