"Never let your oppressor define you" [follow this link to find a short clip and analysis that explores how to talk about queer theory outside the classroom: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2012/06/queering-the-folk.html]
"We aren't your fantasy. We're our reality." [follow this link to find a short clip and analysis that explores how to talk about queer theory outside the classroom] Created by artist Daniel Arzola (@Arzola_d), "I’m Not a Joke" (No Soy Tu Chiste) is a campaign spreading awareness for the LGBTI community through art and design. The campaign is a reaction to the recent violent acts against the LGBTI community in Venezuela.
How do you talk about queer theory outside of the queer studies classroom? Check out how these students tackle the problem of communicating queer theory to "lay" audiences: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/videos/queering-the-folk
LGBTQ Latinos-Gloria Anzaldúa Anzaldúa made history with her scholarly writings in feminism, queerness and Chicana cultural theories. She is best known for the book that she co-edited, "This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color." Another one of her biggest contributions was introducing borderland identities into academia.