What Does It Take to be Black, Female and Healthy in America?

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What Does It Take to be Black, Female and Healthy in America? Find out at the book launch of “Health First! – The Black Woman’s Wellness Guide,” a publication of the Black Women’s Health Imperative (formerly National Black Women’s Health Project).

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Queer Women of Color Launch New YouTube Web Series: The Peculiar Kind

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The Peculiar Kind is a web series that candidly explores the lives and experiences of queer women of color with eye-opening and unscripted conversations. Check out episode one on Youtube!

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Lost in Translation: A Queer Black Lesbian's Search for Community in Japan

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From a QWOC in Japan: “I have learned that I cannot do it on my own and that as much as I perhaps took credit for what I knew and what I learned, I realize that I always had a constant source of support to fall back on. Now that these friends – my family – are many miles away, I am left to navigate this world, for the first time, as a true outsider.”

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It Gets Better: QWOC + Boston Edition!

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The “It Gets Better” project began in September of 2010 when columnist and author Dan Savage sought to create a …

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Coming Out as Una Latina Queer

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As is the case with queer people of color, the experiences of many queer Latinas living in the U.S are filled with challenges; identifying with anything outside of heterosexuality and the gender binary remains largely taboo in the Latino culture. Read Una Queer’s very personal account of coming out to her family, and moving through the world as a Queer Latina.

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We Will Not Be Unwritten: Preserving Queer Women of Color History

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As LGBT people (esp. members of marginalized groups: women, people of color, transgender, disabled etc), we all need to do a better job of telling our own stories, and in effect, writing ourselves (back) into history. Read this opinion piece from founder, Spectra, on preserving QWOC+ Boston’s history.

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Revelation: A Moment in the Life of a Black Lesbian Adoptee


Acclaimed author and activist, Robin G. White, shares a personal moment of “Revelation” from her journey as an adoptee to find her birth family, and re-affirmation of her lesbian identity. Simply put, it is beautiful. We are who we are. “It is in our genes.”

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Put Some Spring in It: A Guide to Online Dating from Sissy Van Dyke

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Sissy Van Dyke shares a few tips for all you serial monogamists in search for the next u-haul. One of them is slow down, but the rest of it sheds some light into the dark alley of online dating. Roll up your sleeves and take notes!

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Perdida: Reflections of A Queer Latina Femme

“Perdida” is our newest contributor to the QWOC Talk Project. Please read this brave and heart-warming piece about a woman’s first entry to the world of all things Queer, and her journey to experience her love for woman as a Latina femme.

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First Boi In: On Being a Masculine of Center Woman in Corporate America


In the spirit of raising our voices for Women’s History Month, we are very excited to share this first blog about being a masculine of center woman in binary gendered spaces like corporate America. Say hello to our newest blogger, Carolyn W. Please read and comment on her post!

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