Tag Archives: LGBT

Time to stop the privatisation of Brighton Pride

26 May 2014 our friends and comrades at AntiUK have written an article on the plans to further privatise Brighton Pride: — — — Brighton Pride have announced plans to turn the legendary (and free) St James’ Street party into a … Continue reading

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Sex in Counterpublic: Querying Gay Space

7 June 2013 This piece was written by a member of the Queer (in) Crisis collective. As a young gay kid navigating one heteronormative space after another, my imaginings of what I will call the gay bar[1] always arose from … Continue reading

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‘We’re all in it together’: The assimilation of queer into the crisis population

29 March 2013 This piece was submitted to Queer (in) Crisis by Lucy Freedman. The phenomenon of assimilation of the ‘sexually deviant’ is, though relatively new, not in itself a result of crisis management.  Nothing pacifies those ‘radical elements’ of … Continue reading

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Queer/Toxic (addendum to the discussion at Sussex Occupation)

5 March 2013 The discussion of queerness and toxicity at Sussex Occupation was generally unscripted; as an attempt at summary, these notes are not comprehensive.  Please note that many of these observations and arguments about toxicity are drawn from or … Continue reading

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Queer (in) Crisis: A Discussion in the Sussex University Occupation

5 March 2013 The following was presented to a group of students and staff at the Sussex University anti-privatisation occupation.  It is not meant as a comprehensive paper, but is rather a series of ideas that facilitated a really helpful … Continue reading

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Queer (in) Crisis: a discussion

Participants: Jamie Dennis, Aaron Benedetti, Jane Cleasby This transcript is of a discussion that we hope will encourage readers to engage with a sense of crisis.  This informal queering of the ‘blogging genre’ is to make visible the contradictions of … Continue reading

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