Sarah Mann-O’donnell reflects in her blog on her experience participating in a Clitoral Embodiment workshop with Nicole Bindler, “…my experience of her clitoral embodiment work was quite simply that of a gentle revolution. I use this term to try to capture the nexus of affirmation, challenge, respect, attention to social justice, and qualitative change through innovation that she offers.
An article discussing protest if you are chronically ill or unable to be in the streets for other reasons.
Resource list put together by adrienne maree brown around relinquishing the patriarchy. for example projects that support men with toxic masculinity etc.
This website is written in spanish. The website is an extensive resource and black feminist collectives across Mexico, Colombia and Argentina.
This website is about the black feminist lesbian movement, the website is home to a group and resource with the imperative to the understanding of feminism and its political standings.
Practices of Radical Health Care contains twelve interviews with protagonists of the health movement, touching on issues as feminist and Radical therapy, vaginal self-examination, alternative forms of organisation in health care such as a pharmacists collective, the HeileHaus (healing house) and self-organized health centers. The interviews are accompanied by archival materials and collages by Feminist Health Care Research Group. Based in West Germany and particular Berlin. You have to pay to download it.
The Lesbian Herstory Archives is a centre that holds a large collection of materials by and about lesbians and their communities. The archive is based in New York, in the USA, but you can digitally access a lot of the archive online.
Harriet’s Apothecary is an intergenerational, healing village led by the brilliance and wisdom of Black Cis Women, Queer and Trans healers, artists, health professionals, magicians, activists and ancestors. The aim of the collective is to co-create accessible, affordable, liberatory, all-body loving, all-gender honoring, community healing spaces
SURJ seeks to build a movement that is informed by anti-ableism, access and Disability Justice. This website is as an introduction to Disability Justice politics, practice and access, seeking to deepen our political analysis and re-imagine our cultural values within white racial justice organizing. The webite is full of different resources.
Blog post from queer masseuse about use of the word masseuse and stigmatising sex work