Meet our new editorial intern, Breanne, a bisexual, biracial, pop culture junkie: “I come to you, a multiracial, bisexual, cisgendered woman who watches waaay too much TV and knows every Justin Bieber song by heart.”
An out and proud Black lesbian speaks candidly about being out Black and queer within a Black sorority.
How one high school girl dealt with being outed to a friend’s queerphobic mom.
The annual Chicago Dyke March is scheduled to take place in ethnically diverse Uptown neighborhood on Saturday, June 23, 2012.
“My first encounter with a gay Ethiopian didn’t come with a big a-ha moment. Yet, as I look back at my journey to more proactive alliance and advocacy of LGBT Africans, it’s clear that this moment was the catalyst that brought about the stepping stones that led me to this point.