Reina Gattuso

Reina Gattuso is passionate about empowering conversations around queerness, sexual ethics, and social movements with equal parts rhapsody and sass. Her writing has appeared at Time, Bitch, attn:, and The Washington Post. She is currently pursuing a masters degree in Indian cinema, theater, and visual art at Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi.

Posts Written by Reina

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Quick Hit: New Orleans Takes White Supremacist Confederate Monuments Down

April 24th is Confederate Memorial Day, when some Southern states officially celebrate the Confederacy as though it was not fundamentally dedicated to the enslavement and abuse of black people (…it was). So it was a fitting day, in an incredibly exhausting year, for the city of New Orleans to take down several monuments to white supremacists.

April 24th is Confederate Memorial Day, when some Southern states officially celebrate the Confederacy as though it was not fundamentally dedicated to the enslavement and abuse of black people (…it was). So it was a fitting ...

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After San Bernardino, Examining The Terror of Male Violence

Last week in San Bernardino, a man with a gun walked into a school for students with intellectual disabilities. He murdered a teacher, Elaine Smith, and a student, eight-year-old Jonathan Martinez. He then killed himself.

Last week in San Bernardino, a man with a gun walked into a school for students with intellectual disabilities. He murdered a teacher, Elaine Smith, and a student, eight-year-old Jonathan Martinez. He then killed himself.

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