Inferno of Bodies
GUTS Magazine
by Jas M. Morgan
2M ago
Thank you for joining me for this edition of I Saw Some Art. Let’s address a critical issue upfront: Palestine will be free. Social media platforms were recently inundated with images depicting demonstrations in major Canadian cities advocating for Palestine and demanding an immediate cessation of the siege, occupation, and ongoing atrocities in the Gaza ..read more
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What is Trans Justice?
GUTS Magazine
by Pierre Cloutier de Repentigny
1y ago
In a moment where legal institutions are stripping away trans rights in the US, trans people have started to conceive of trans futures as an alternative way of promoting justice for their communities. Trans futures are a transformative project wherein communities of trans peoples envision different possible realities for bettering their lives. Trans futures happen ..read more
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Just fem things Podcast: Protest
GUTS Magazine
by GUTS
1y ago
GUTS partnered with the just fem things podcast to bring you this special episode for REVENGE. This episode of just fem things was written, produced, and hosted by Toronto Metropolitan University English Graduate Students: Kevin Ghouchandra, Chloe Gandy, and Waleed Barrie. This episode was recorded during COVID-19 lockdown, when students were still taking courses online ..read more
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Rape Revenge, a Regenerative Reparation
GUTS Magazine
by GUTS
1y ago
By Celeste Trentadue, Shadman Chowdhury-Mohammad, Sana Fatemi and Sylvana Poon Trigger Warning: The following article discusses the topic of rape and references accounts of sexual assault.  At the beginning of the 2021 school year, there were numerous reports of sexual assault at Western University campus. Rather than reflecting lived experiences and the trauma felt by ..read more
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I Saw Some Art
GUTS Magazine
by Jas M. Morgan
1y ago
I don’t give a fuck what you think about me / And I don’t give a fuck ’bout the things that you do / And I don’t give a fuck what you think about me, what you think about me / So yeah, fuck you. — Charli XCX, “What You Think About Me”   We ..read more
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Take Back Bedtime
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by GUTS
1y ago
By Robyn Finlay, Christina McCallum, Alina Khawaja and Nadia Ozzorluoglu In an age of work-from-home, Zoom school, and digital socialization, boundaries between being on-the-clock and off-the-clock diminish while screen time skyrockets. Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, working, exercising, sleeping, socializing, and relaxing have been confined to the home. How is a distinct personal space of ..read more
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A Cure for Colonialism
GUTS Magazine
by Megan Scribe
1y ago
How many times have I resolved to get my life together, straighten things out, get back on track after a hard day, bleak winter, an indulgent holiday, or a bad breakup? At this point, I’ve lost count. I am certain, however, that with each resolution, there was an encouraging Instagram post, informative Facebook article, or ..read more
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The Umbrella
GUTS Magazine
by Oubah Osman
1y ago
Richard brought a painting home. It was a painting of a man holding an umbrella. Or, he wasn’t holding an umbrella. It was a painting of several men falling from the sky like drops of rain. None of those men had an umbrella. I asked him what the painting was going on about. “What do ..read more
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Keep Saying Her Name
GUTS Magazine
by Nima Naghibi
1y ago
The death of Mahsa Amini when she was in police custody in Iran has ignited a global movement in support of Iranian women, girls, and their supporters. Despite the community mobilization in Iran, Canadian media has been hesitant to portray the arrests, killings, and brutalities committed against Iranian women as state violence. Nima Naghibi is ..read more
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Post-Representations
GUTS Magazine
by Lauren Crazybull and Jas M. Morgan
1y ago
Lauren Crazybull has been quietly developing her painting craft alongside her community for years. An art industry increasingly measuring itself within the metrics of “equity, diversity, and inclusion” has ascribed many labels to Crazybull’s work: Indigenous, feminist, and queer. Art, after all, is defined by its history of objectification, commodification, and labelling of “The Other ..read more
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