Bitch Flicks Call for Writers: Series on LGBTQI Representations in Film and TV

Most media only portrays a heteronormative world–often erasing gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, genderqueer and pansexual characters and relationships. In honor of Pride Month, Bitch Flicks, a feminist film and media site, is hosting a week-long series on LGBTQI characters and themes in film and TV.

Feministing’s Maya was kind enough to give a shout-out to our call for writers. So you want to contribute a film/TV review or commentary?? Here are a few basic guidelines for guest writers on our site:

–We like most of our pieces to be 1,000 – 2,000 words, preferably with some images and links.
–We accept both original pieces and cross-posts.
–Please send your piece in the text of an email, including links to all images, no later than Friday, June 22nd.
–Include a 2-3 sentence bio for placement at the end of your piece.

The deadline to submit is this Friday, June 22nd. Email us at if you’d like to contribute a review.  We look forward to reading your submissions!

Disclaimer: This post was written by a Feministing Community user and does not necessarily reflect the views of any Feministing columnist, editor, or executive director.

The Opinioness is a feminist vegan blogger, freelance writer and activist. She founded "The Opinioness of the World" in 2010, a blog on gender equality and living cruelty-free. The Opinioness is also a Bitch Flicks Contributor where she reviews film and television series from a feminist lens. Her work has also been published in or appeared at Arts & Opinion, Fem2pt0, Italianieuropei, Open Letters Monthly and A Safe World for Women. She earned her B.A. in Anthropology and Sociology from UMass Amherst and a Graduate Certificate in Women and Politics and Public Policy from UMass Boston. The Opinioness lives in Boston but dreams of moving to NYC.

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