Cross-posted from www.spectraspeaks.com. Early this morning, I received a message from Jasmine Burems, a Black lesbian organic herbalist, who specializes in women’s wellness. She congratulated me on the success of my Africans for Africa campaign, and was hoping I’d lend support to her own project on IndieGoGo. Honestly, I receive so many requests like this, and can’t always respond to …
Actress Charyse Monet on Being a Queer Woman of Color in Hollywood: “I’m Me and I Want To See More of Me”
“What actress of color do I want to see come out? Any actress who feels as if she’s locked In, stuck, held back or frozen with fear with thoughts of not being accepted for who she is.”
With the EEOC ruling that discrimination against trans people is sex discrimination, and thus, prohibited, what does the future of trans rights legislation hold? More specifically, what does this mean for gender non-conforming people of color?
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!