Yasmin Nair is a writer, academic, and activist. She’s an editor at large at Current Affairs, on the editorial board of the Anarchist Review of Books, co-founder of the radical queer editorial collective Against Equality and the (Volunteer) Policy Director of Gender JUST. She’s currently working on her book Strange Love: A History of Social Justice And Why It Needs To Die. Her writing can be found at www​.yas​min​nair​.com.

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Sex and the City's Soft White Supremacy
The new non-white BFFs just serve as accessories (to the white women at the center of the show)
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The New Judge Judy Is As Classist As Ever
How a TV justice extends contempt for the poor.
Culture
The Feminist Utopia Project Isn’t Utopian Just Yet
What's missing? Age diversity and an economic analysis.
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The Reign of Whitey Is Never Over
Orange Is the New Black's second season still falls flat on class and race.
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Laverne Cox: Transforming Hollywood
The trailblazing Orange is the New Black star has become a powerful voice for trans people, including CeCe McDonald.
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The Same-Sex Marriage Trap
'The Marrying Kind?' dances around queer critiques of gay marriage.
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When XXX Doesn’t Mark the Spot
What censoring online porn means for queer youth (and everyone else)
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No More City on a Hill
San Francisco isn't some carefree utopia for queer people, says trans activist Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore.
Culture
Saints and Sinners
Stephen Jimenez's new book, The Book of Matt, aims to de-mythologize Matthew Shepard.
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Are We Fabulous Yet?
The tyranny of queer beauty.
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White Chick Behind Bars
Netflix's Orange is the New Black gets an 'A' on queer issues, a 'C' on race and an 'F' on class.