Gender & Sexuality
Clara Zetkin: A Great Organizer of Socialists, Women Workers
A brief history of the life of socialist revolutionary, Clara Zetkin.
Andrea D'AtriJuly 12, 2017
Tens of Thousands March for LGBT Rights in Mexico City
MEXICO CITY LGBT PRIDE: “Esta marcha es de fiesta, es de lucha y de protesta.” (This march is a party, it is a combative and it is a protest)
Left VoiceJune 28, 2017
Rain on the Parade: Killer Cops Exposed at Pride Parades in Major Cities
Around the country, people demanded an end to corporate, pro-police Pride Parades.
Left VoiceJune 26, 2017
Rainbows on Their Cars But Blood On Their Hands: No Cops at Pride
The police force that locks up and harasses people of color and working class people wants to portray themselves as gay-friendly for the Pride parade.We cannot be deceived by rainbows on their cars—cops are the enemies of the vast majority of LGBT people.
Tatiana CozzarelliJune 25, 2017
Trans Day of Action Brings Hundreds to the Streets
Hundreds of people take the New York streets to demand trans rights.
Left VoiceJune 24, 2017
Bread and Roses: International Manifesto
This manifesto is presented in five languages and 11 countries where women workers (both inside and outside the home) and students make up the women’s organization Pan y Rosas (Bread and Roses).
Left VoiceJune 22, 2017
Rainbow Rising in Los Angeles
Los Angeles LGBT community rises!The usual pride parade is replaced with a protest. What are the limits and possibilities of this movement?
Julia WallaceJune 13, 2017
Solidarity with Ni Una Menos at Left Forum
On Saturday in Buenos Aires, thousands of people marched in the Ni Una Menos protests. In New York City, participants in the Left Forum took photos in solidarity.
Left VoiceJune 4, 2017
Trump’s War on Women: The First 100 Days
The first 100 days of the Trump administration were marked by attacks to women's rights, attempts to co-opt feminism by Ivanka Trump and a new feminist resistance.
Tatiana CozzarelliMay 3, 2017
Melania, Get off the Stage
Last week, Melania attended two events that addressed women’s rights and women’s leadership. There is an attempt at branding Melania as a “women’s rights” first lady, despite her husband’s sexism in words and actions.
Tatiana CozzarelliApril 3, 2017