Graphic designer and illustrator Micah Bazant is an “artivist” whose work goes beyond political propaganda.
A Peruvian artist based in Madrid, Acha-Kutscher is making visible the ways in which women worldwide have fought—and are fighting—to transform the conditions and circumstances of their communities.
Madera’s podcast offers an intimacy and authenticity not often found in public conversations around abortion.
This is the time-honored tradition of burlesque, and it is unexpectedly on the frontlines of resistance against racism, objectification, and gender injustice.
My hair is a critical part of my self-expression, my artistic practice, a celebration of my heritage and my connection to spirit. So when TSA runs their dirty-ass latex gloves through my hair, it’s an insult. It’s racist. And it needs to stop.
“Even though I was physically free, mentally I was locked up too,” says Papoose. “Being forced to see my wife suffer every day, year after year, is a level of confinement by itself.”
It’s frustrating. Queer sex isn’t uncommon. So why is it so challenging to find the information we need to take care of our sexual health?
I kept emphasizing that I have sex with women, and she kept not answering my questions, dodging them, and responding without directly taking on what I asked her.
Those of us who are uninsured aren’t ignoring our health—we’re making the best of what’s available.
systemic inequality makes pleasurable work more accessible for some than others.