BUTCH In The Media

FourTwoNine Recaps ButchVoices 2013

Lucienmae over at FourTwoNine gave a glowing report of the 2013 conference; Moraga was the first person on a lot of people’s minds that evening. “She’s just such a great speaker, and at the end, she got a standing ovation,” said a conference attendee. Moraga, the co-editor of “This Bridge Called My Back” and celebrated

Windy City Media: The transformative politics of gender

This article was written by Kate Sosin. Appeared originally: The Windy City Times Photo Credit: Sara Deragon Pictured: (L) Krys Freeman – (R) Cara Thaxton …The division between the two organizations comes at a time when college “women’s studies” programs are increasingly becoming “gender studies” programs and women’s organizations must revise their mission statements to include their

BUTCH Voices is “Pro-Bono”

  EW.com – Story and Photo Holding the broad tent of identities that are a part of the BUTCH Voices community has not always been an easy task, but one that we value highly.  Conversations across identity – gender, race, sexuality, ability, class, background, and size – are key components in creating spaces that are

Gendercast: Reflections on BUTCH Voices 2011

Gendercast host Jessie interviews BUTCH Voices Programming Chair Jay Walls & partner Kari Kesler who appeared on a previous episode discussing feminism. Join Jessie as they discuss the 2011 BUTCH Voices National Conference with Kari Kesler, our guest from Episode 9 on Feminism and Jay Walls, who served the programming chair for the conference. Jessie