In one article, a prominent pro-choice advocate and author offers a take that is breathtakingly insulting and obtuse, particularly for us as Black women and reproductive justice leaders living and working in the Midwest and the South, where abortion access is most threatened.
In this photo essay for #BodyPositivityInColor, burlesque performer Janna Zinzi (a.k.a. jazabel jade) writes about the transformative power of burlesque, its importance to Black and Brown dancers and body acceptance for non-normative bodies.
His work depicts a complicated relationship some queer men have with masculinity.
That’s one way to hold bigots accountable!
After years of discrimination, these cosmetologists are going into business for themselves.
From Gayle King’s interviews to ‘Leaving Neverland,’ that labor must be acknowledged.
The Congresswoman shares empathy and insight at a service policy hearing.
The awards show was actually better without any host at all — least of all, one as problematic as Hart.
Author and organizer Charlene Carruthers is thinking twice about dismissing Jussie Smollett’s claims.
When gentrification sought to take over queer and trans spaces in the Tenderloin, black trans women worked to take it back.