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The things Hollywood taught us to think about trans existences

Disclosure, a Netflix documentary examines the world's transphobic legacy as portrayed in film and television from as early as 1901

The cyclical politics of help

Black women and trans artists are worthy of support but it should not come with terms and restrictions

Online allyship: a broken game of do like I do

The idea of displaying solidarity by posting a black square on Instagram hijacked the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag with a performative display of allyship

The List: A peek at the Stevenson library

Stevenson gallery staff took to Instagram to share a small selection of literature guiding their “respective journeys towards listening, learning and confronting bias”

Tell black queer love stories also

A Secret Love is a fine depiction of white queer romance, but it lacks global resonance

Fighting a way out of Covid-19

Artists are trying new ways of working, with few of them able to access state relief funds

Talia Ramkilawan’s tapestries: When making is its own medicine

Talia Ramkilawan uses rug hooking to create her portraits, which aim to subvert trauma

The List: Things to do, watch and learn

We round up the best online entertainment and activities to keep you busy this weekend

How the clothing industry is adapting now that runways are out of fashion

The fashion business is going digital to attract consumers in the absence of being able to physically parade its wares

The Virtual Lists

For good vibes and an arts fix from your home, watch this

Bored in the house streaming list

Bored in the house? Here's a list of shows and talks to binge on while you wait to go outside

Artclub and Friends: “Every purchase is a vote”

Founder Robyn Keyser chats to us about how she and her utilitarian fashion brand are surviving the lockdown

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