Double Edged Sword: Queer Activism in the Internet Age

by Gregory on January 15, 2018

Southwest Virginia LGBTQ+ History Project co-leader RM Barton—who is a monthly contributor to WUSSY, an online magazine of queer + Southern arts, politics, and culture, based in Atlanta—has published a new piece that looks at the internet and how it has shaped queer history and activism, both locally and nationally. Check it out!

RM Barton, “Double Edged Sword: Queer Activism in the Internet Age,” WUSSY, January 15, 2018.

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