There’s still a lot for queer and trans folks to be mad about.
Writer and Director Nia Witherspoon wants her work to be healing.
“We need any support we can get, no matter if it’s from our parents, friends, or the school.”
Black liberation theology was something I always knew, even if I couldn’t name it.
Trashing everything and starting over cleared my mind and heart so I could truly listen to my own voice, and learn of my true desires.
The trans activist’s most enduring legacy lies in the institutions she built, inspired, and forced to change.
Beyond ‘Waking Hour,’ filmmaker Nava Mau wants to tell more real stories about her community.
You don’t have to be a doctor, midwife, nurse, or doula to make a difference.
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.