How to Be a Good Wingwoman: Lessons from a Queer Woman of Color

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One queer woman of color dishes on the how to’s of being a good wing woman.

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Black, Greek, and Lesbian: One Black Woman’s Story on Being Out as a Sorority Girl

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An out and proud Black lesbian speaks candidly about being out Black and queer within a Black sorority.

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AMPLIFY: Paid Internship Opportunity for Lesbian & Bisexual Women Artists in Kenya (July 1st Deadline)

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Artists For Recognition and Acceptance (AFRA–Kenya) is seeking lesbian and bisexual artists for a three month paid internship.

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Don’t Cry for Me, Argentina: Gender Identity Recognition Law Raises the Bar for Trans Rights

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Argentina makes trans history; 100 trans* persons changed the name and gender that appears on their legal documents as the Gender Identity and Health Comprehensive Care for Trans People Act went into effect.

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Chicago Dykes Plan Pride March through “Little Vietnam” to Engage Minority-Owned Businesses

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The annual Chicago Dyke March is scheduled to take place in ethnically diverse Uptown neighborhood on Saturday, June 23, 2012.

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Lesbian-Owned Bar in Armenia Rebuilds After Hate-Based Arson Attack

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Groundswell of Armenian LGBT communities, including one the most popular bars, DIY, provokes hate crimes in form of arson; owner seeking funds to rebuild.

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Portland Zine, CROSSHAIRS, Seeks Submissions from Queer and Trans People of Color

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Crosshairs zine seeks queer trans* POC voices to contribute to anthology on community.

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Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project Hosts 8th Annual Film Festival

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The 8th Annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival in San Fransisco will feature 39 short films from June 8 to 10.

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AMPLIFY: Black Lesbian Webseries, “Come Take a Walk with Me” Needs Funding for Season Two

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AMPLIFY: The web TV series, “Come Take a Walk with Me” follows Channing, a black lesbian from the south through her struggles with family, friendship, finances, faith, and faithfulness. Season one was a huge hit. So, let’s do our part to help fund season two!

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Call for Submissions to Queer POC Anthology, “Here, Our Voices: The Black Trans-Identified Experience”

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Michael David Battle, a black female-to-male (FTM) trans maan, who has been documenting his transition online is currently compiling an …

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