By Sam Killermann on October 27, 2012. Last updated September 25, 2018
If you are middle-to-upper class, these are a bunch of unearned societal benefits you get that folks in lower economic classes do not. Read them and consider them. It’s not about shame. It’s about understanding.
I’ve created a few graphics about when it’s okay to say “gay” and the one argument that keeps coming up goes something like “How can you regulate language? What’s offensive to one person is not to another. What matters is your intentions.” Intentions don’t matter, effect does. I will elaborate on my response to that question more in... Read more »
In my show, I address the issue of positive stereotypes head-on, but I wanted to write an article about it as well. For those of you unaware, positive stereotypes are assumptions about an entire group or identity (e.g., gay men) that are considered to be “good.” Some examples of positive stereotypes of gay men: they... Read more »
By Sam Killermann on February 26, 2012. Last updated September 27, 2018
Uganda has some pretty messed up ideas on how to protect its citizens. Luckily, the global community is responding.
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Hi! I'm Sam Killermann, an activist, educator, and artist. This site is part of hues, a collection of global justice work created by me & friends. Here are some other sites I've made that you might dig: