Call for Submissions (Poetry, Prose, Photography): Walking the Tight Rope: An African LGBTI Anthology
Walking the Tight Rope: An African LGBT Anthology seeks poets, writers and photographers within Africa and the Diaspora to share their stories. DEADLINE: April 15, 2014
Please share widely.
Our Intern Breanne reflects on her work at QWOC, queer identity and creating community.
Brittney Griner speaks about being an out athlete and role model for young LGBT people of color.
We’re featuring three women of color musicians you should know. Check them out and tell us about your favorites.
Pat Manuel, Los Angeles-based U.S. female championship boxer and queer, poly Brown Boi has recently launched an online fitness resource for the masculine of center community. Get into it.
Biracial lesbian aspires to become Miss South Carolina running on a platform of equal rights.
Masculinity, Gender Roles, and Queer Art History: The Cultural Significance of Campbell X’s Stud Life
Stud Life is sexy, charismatic, foreign yet familiar. The sensual combination of a hypnotic soundtrack, mesmerizing cast, and a rich storyline pulls you into a world where the accents are different but the conversations are ours – queer women of color trying to define our relationships and our future.
New web series “In The Deep” follows the drama of four best friends who are UK based queer people of color as they live, love and lie.
[Amplify] True Colors: Documentary Film Featuring LGBT Youth of Color in Love, Friendship, and Theater!
Pledge any amount you can now to this documentary film about a theater troupe of LGBTQ youth & their allies creating a revealing production on the theme of love.
In April and May, Sistah Sinema will screen Bumming Cigarettes – a narrative depicting its protagonist getting an HIV test. The film, produced by Black Womyn Conversations director/producer, Tiona McClodden, shows that we are all at risk for sexually transmitted infections regardless of our race, sexuality, or gender identity.