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.
Biracial lesbian aspires to become Miss South Carolina running on a platform of equal rights.
Call for Submissions (Writing, Art, Poetry): Queer Women and Trans People of Color Sin Fronteras (Without Borders)
Call for submissions for QWOC Media Wire’s Borderlands Series: Seeking personal stories, social commentary, and art from queer women, trans people, and gender non-conforming people of color who are living “life in the gray.”
Recap of our #QWOCtalk Twitter chat on Bisexual women of color.
Vote for None on Record’s Seeking Asylum video series for PBS Film Festival People’s Choice Award.
QWOC Media Wire profiles bisexual women of color who are standing up for bisexual rights and visibility everyday.
We are powerful in ways we do and don’t yet see, and I am proud to be amongst you, to fight by your side.
Studology 101’s recent videos about “Bisexual Studs” sparks important dialogue and controversy. Why is it so hard for people to accept bisexuality from masculine women of color?
The Trans Justice Funding Project (TJFP) application deadline is coming up on February 15th. Got an organization and/or project idea that would benefit trans people of color in mind but are stumped for funding ideas? Apply!
Queer African Women Making History: Namibian Artist Shishani Releases Video for New LGBT Equality Anthem, “Minority”
Our founder, Spectra Speaks, catches up with award-winning Namibian indie soul artist, Shishani, whose new video, “Minority” calls for Africans to choose freedom, equality, and love for all.