Some sound advice for bi women in a world that doesn’t necessarily understand them.
This weekend Sam was cut by the Rams after a strong preseason. St. Louis was the wrong fit. The Rams handled the entire process with class. Yet the disturbing part is that no other team felt he was good enough to make a roster….
Laverne Cox, Janet Mock, Rashad Robinson, and Charles Blow grace this year’s list.
He lost is virginity when he was 14. Soon after, Luna Luis Ortiz discovered he was HIV-positive. It was 1986. Some teenagers would implode but Ortiz turned that diagnosis into something positive: Two years later he began his work as an HIV awareness spokesman for youths living with HIV. Today, Ortiz is the father of the House of Khan, a part of New York City’s vast underground ball culture, an LGBT subculture where groups vogue and compete for prizes.
Police in Charlotte, North Carolina, arrested a black LGBT activist and former state Senate candidate Monday, saying that he violated a city ordinance by distributing literature about voting rights and candidates on parked cars.
The Messengers: When Kimberley McLeod was younger, she thought she was alone. Until she realized she isn’t.
A new survey of black, white and Latino youth in the US on LGBT activism has shown a sharp divide over the prioritising of different LGBT issues between racial groups.
This month, Akil Patterson of Athlete Ally sat down with Will Sheridan as he prepared to host one of New York’s hottest events, Westgay. Will was also selected to be the Grand Marshal for Chicago Pride last month.
LGBTQ people of color are reaching out to their brothers and sisters in creative and unconventional ways to raise awareness of good health practices and stop the spread of HIV/AIDS.
A compelling new documentary series is in the works that will provide a platform for a handful of queer black visionaries to share their personal stories of challenge, radical self-inquiry, transformation and triumph.
Truth Be Told is a series by Katina Parker that will profile black queer and trans visionaries, including Staceyann Chin, B. Slade, Dr. Kortney Ryan Ziegler, Patrik-Ian Polk, Mia McKenzie, Dr. Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Toshi Reagon, Emil Wilbekin, Darnell Moore, Linda Villarosa, Karamo Brown and Justin Robinson.
Help make this series happen by donating and sharing this fundraising campaign!
The Black queer community certainly has a lot to be proud of these days.
By centring the experiences of disabled queer trans IPOC’s experiences, disability justice allows us to understand violence against and criminalization of disabled people in more critical ways.