body politics

Here’s a videoed walk and conversation between Sunaura Taylor and Judith Butler. They talk about being bodies and I liked it a lot:

I’m allergic to Judith Butler’s writing. For someone so committed to questions of access it seems odd to write so inaccessibly. Like a blind spot. But in interviews and conversations Butler’s language is direct and economical. In this video Butler even cracks a joke about queer eye fashion. Go Judith.

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