Welcome to INTERLINQ-ED, where we highlight news and media about and relevant to LGBTQ people of color, diaspora, and racial or ethnic minorities around the world.
“Queer Rage” from LGBT Students of Color: Poetry Performance Critiques Marriage Politics, and Is Badass
Check out this performance from queer students of color: “Marriage”, also known as “Queer Rage”, is a critique of gay marriage politics as a strategy of liberation.
Internationally acclaimed Singer/Songwriter Diana King comes out! Read our top 10 favorite quotes from her coming out facebook note.
One queer woman of color dishes on the how to’s of being a good wing woman.
Queer Women of Color and Visual Storytelling: Spotlight on Taryn Crenshaw of Artist Collective, Esoteric Lore
“My placement on this planet essentially is to educate people through the arts exposing realities that are traditionally marginalized or not necessarily emphasized in mainstream culture and media, and create space that is loving, healing, and celebratory in and around art and education.” — Taryn Crenshaw
10 Reactions to The Peculiar Kind from a Queer Latina Femme, including “Dear Cast, Please Be My Friends”
Recently, editorial board member, Idalia — a queer, Puertominican (half Puerto Rican, half Dominican) femme — watched The Peculiar Kind. Her conclusion: “I need all of these cast members to become my friends.”
Spider Lillies follows the heart-wrenching love story of two Taiwanese women as they overcome adversity and allow themselves to give into their feelings for each other.
Queer, Black Geeks, Unite! Moya Bailey Leads Women of Color Digital Skill-Sharing Collective, Shawty Got Skillz
Digital humanities dissident, Moya Bailey, has sculpted a yellow brick road in cyberspace for women of color. This summer she …
The Slope: Bisexual Iranian Produces Web Comedy Series about Queer Relationships (And Yes, There’s A Dog Involved)
Queer Iranian woman creates comedy web series about life as part of a queer couple in Park Slope. This is legit, people. There’s a dog involved.
Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self –preservation and that is an act of political warfare. ~Audre Lorde