Essence could have chosen to critically engage Kamala Harris’ campaign as way to actually support and serve black women.
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With an unconventional museum model, Chris E. Vargas is helping trans people see themselves through art and objects.
For this visual activist, coming of age in South Africa’s Apartheid era wasn’t easy — and neither is setting the path for the next generation.
In this op-ed, Out Executive Editor Raquel Willis shares her thoughts on the complexity of mourning people with anti-LGBTQ+ pasts.
His work depicts a complicated relationship some queer men have with masculinity.
From Gayle King’s interviews to ‘Leaving Neverland,’ that labor must be acknowledged.
The awards show was actually better without any host at all — least of all, one as problematic as Hart.
When gentrification sought to take over queer and trans spaces in the Tenderloin, black trans women worked to take it back.
The film left a number of important stories regarding communities of color on the cutting room floor.