Hello! Get ready for Tuesday with this edition of Daily Links

Collage by Ruby Aitken, using a photo via The Guardian.

YouTube’s restricted mode, which is meant to block “potentially inappropriate” content, has been called out for blocking videos that discuss LGBTQ+ issues. The equating of queerness with “inappropriate” is troubling and harmful, to say the least.

Alice Neel, Benjamin, 1976.

Hilton Als discusses the Alice Neel exhibition he curated and how her work reflects a diverse New York that is often underrepresented. Neel’s paintings are achingly human and personal and are as relevant today as during her lifetime.

Illustration via BuzzFeed.

This essay talks about discriminatory policing and how it relates to driving and existing in public spaces while black.