Notes on <i>Two Kinds of People</i>

Notes on Two Kinds of People

A letter from the editors.

Beyond Representation: Trans Embodied Methodologies

Beyond Representation: Trans Embodied Methodologies

Ace Lehner on trans embodiment: a movement not from one end of the gender binary to the other, but further into oneself.

Art Workers

Art Workers

Siân Evans interviews guards at the Baltimore Museum of Art about their show Guarding the Art, union organizing, and the categories that management imposes on art workers.

Mom Versus the Experts

Mom Versus the Experts

Danya Glabau's “momming,” a feminized relationship to power and work, requires a caregiver to navigate a fatiguing system of experts, from doctors to Instagram sleep trainers.

Self-Portrait as a Double Exposure

Self-Portrait as a Double Exposure

"My friend talks to me when no one is around..." Jane Yeh doubles down on self-portraiture and Claude Cahun.

There Are Two Kinds of People

There Are Two Kinds of People

"But consider the jellied eel..." Ben Wurgaft takes on typologies of taste with gusto.

You've Got A Type

You've Got A Type

There are two kinds of people in this world. No middle ground, no gray area, and certainly no additional categories. Find out which type you are.

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