Zanele Muholi’s Work Documenting African Lesbians Stolen, Community Raises $9000 to Replace Lost Equipment
“It is through seeing ourselves as we find love, laughter, joy that we can sustain our strength and regain our sanity as we move into a future that is sadly still filled with the threat of insecurities.” -Zanele Muholi
The 8th Annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival in San Fransisco will feature 39 short films from June 8 to 10.
Thoughts from an Ally-in-Training: “Up until this point, I never really watched the way I said things. But now, when my words are reaching out to people from many walks of life, I’m realizing that there’s so much more at stake than my “learning” process.”
Poetry is like a complicated dance; the movement of my pen and the steps of my heart working together to …
You know RuPaul, but what about Cape Town’s smoothest live rapping drag king, St. Dude? What does it mean for straight artists like Beyonce and Ciara to be drag kings for a day in their music videos?
From the “Kill the Gays” bill to a brand new LGBT clinic in the capital city of Kampala; this is what LGBT Africa’s resistance looks like.
Call for Submissions to Queer POC Anthology, “Here, Our Voices: The Black Trans-Identified Experience”
Michael David Battle, a black female-to-male (FTM) trans maan, who has been documenting his transition online is currently compiling an …
“I’ve been struggling with faith and belief for quite some time. I am not talking religious faith and belief. I am talking about the faith and believe in something unshakeable within…”
“We are afraid of being abandoned by the mother, the culture, La Raza,for being unacceptable, faulty, damaged… to avoid rejection, …