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Q&A: Author Samantha Irby talks middle age, hand soap, and loving Judge Mathis
Author and humorist Samantha Irby finds herself unexpectedly well-equipped to handle the novel coronavirus crisis.
Separate Cinema Archives: A Black Film Time Machine
“Taken separately, many of these posters give viewers snapshots of a particular time, but when gathered together, patterns and stereotypes emerge, as well as contrasts in how certain characters are depicted in different markets.”
Gospel Music Doesn’t Need Kanye’s Remixing
We don’t need Kanye to remix our liberation.
Jordan Roth Is the Gay Fashion Icon We Deserve
From ‘Hadestown’ to ‘Moulin Rouge,’ this Broadway titan slays red carpets like no other.
Sarah Silverman still doesn’t get how to talk about blackface
And she doesn’t seem to understand cancel culture, either.
17 Powerful Photos Highlighting the Spectrum of Masculinity
The subjects of Tarik Carroll’s EveryMAN project are staged as powerful monarchs the world should feel blessed to witness.
Toni Morrison and Sharing Freedom
“The function of freedom is to free someone else.” – Toni Morrison
Janelle Monáe Speaks on the Stonewall Riots and Chosen Family
“I feel like our community is becoming stronger and stronger.”
Angelica Ross Opens Up About That Explosive Episode of Pose
The actress shares why Candy’s story is far too common for Black transgender women.