David K. Seitz is a writer, cultural geographer and queerdo currently living on Toronto. He is curious about the potential and limits of religious spaces in nurturing alternative forms of social justice and citizenship.
Hillary, Bernie, My Mother, and Me
Fraught political arguments between a righteous middle-aged white woman and her gay socialist son, or how to address economic inequality.
Queer Limbo Life in Canada’s Waiting Room
Inside a Canadian immigration waiting room, queer applicants have to prove they’re gay enough to be granted refugee status.
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