Reflections on a childhood amongst the proto-alt-right. (~550 words.)
For Teen Vogue, I wrote about three basic tactics for when it comes to being an ally to transgender people.
Lake Michigan is off The Just Luckies’ upcoming full-length album Lovesick Politics.
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Listen to “girl cock” from Lucy’s new project The cute tops, plus 12 more tracks from Chicago transgender, gender non-conforming and non-binary musicians. Available for purchase from alt adult records.
Money from the tape goes to support the Trans Liberation Collective, a Chicago organization that organizes protests and self-defense classes with a focus on supporting and up-lifting trans people of color. Find out more about their goal to start a south side LGBTQ center here.
Listen to the entire compilation below.
“Restless Nights” is off The Just Luckies’ upcoming full-length album *Lovesick Politics*.
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The Just Luckies are…
-KC Weldon: Lead vocals, rhythm guitar
-Shea Briggs: Drums, ukulele
-Nat Greene: Lead guitar, back up vocals
-Lucy Diavolo: Bass, banjo
Recorded at Cold War Studios & Knavish Audio in Grand Rapids, MI.
Mixed by Don Carlisle, Knavish Audio.
Shot at Knavish Audio & edited by Lucy Diavolo.
A.K.A.: Watch me beat my head against a wall for almost 3,000 words. [~4,600 words including commentary. Content Warning: Transphobia.]