From trans joy to Black feminism; gender fluidity to media representation – these works explore the intersecting aspects, questions and challenges of gender today.
Who was I now—woman or man? That question could never be answered as long as those were the only choices; it could never be answered if it had to be asked.
Leslie Feinberg, Stone Butch Blues
Black feminism emerged as a theoretical and practical effort demonstrating that race, gender, and class are inseparable in the social worlds we inhabit. At the time of its emergence, Black women were frequently asked to choose whether the Black movement or the women’s movement was most important. The response was that this was the wrong question.
Angela Davis, Freedom Is a Constant Struggle