It’s been a crazy busy week here! Since returning from Munich, I’ve attended my very first high table, participated in a Wikipedia edit-a-thon in celebration of Ada Lovelace Day, acted as a body double for my pole dance instructor in some intro sessions for interested freshers, and been interviewed for a job at the Bodleian Library.
Since October is LGBT history month, today’s listicles will focus on that theme!
1. Here are some nifty graphics on why LGBT history is important!
2. Check out The Advocate’s list of the 50 most influential LGBT people in media.
3. Intersectionality is important: here’s a list of 23 prominent black LGBT icons.
4. This one’s not a listicle, but find out which TV networks are the most LGBT-inclusive.
5. Also not a listicle, but this study comprehensively looks at LGBT YA literature from 2003-2013. Incredibly interesting and informative!
Bonus Link: If you’re interested in LGBT YA literature, I’ve just updated my feminist reading list and gift guide with some great resources on that topic!
Have a great weekend!