My recent article about media and Queer relations written for The Kasama Project.

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We are posting two essays at the same time.

The first, by Curtis Cole, is entitled False Progress: Queer Equality and the Media .

The second, is an answer to Curtis by Nat Winn, and argues that revolutionaries must not be mechanical in evaluating artists and the cultural superstructure — and that we  should develop a long term policy of “unity and struggle” with radical artists operating in major arenas of art, media, film and music.”

Curtis is a reader of the Kasama site and has submitted this article. Curtis describes himself this way: “

My name is Curtis Cole and though I haven’t yet spent decades in activism I know that the only way forward to a better future lie within the creation of queer friendly socialism. This society cannot be built without help from all corners of life; with this in mind I wrote the following article in…

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