No Longer Invisi(BI)le: 10 Bisexual Women of Color to Celebrate #QWOCTalk

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QWOC Media Wire profiles bisexual women of color who are standing up for bisexual rights and visibility everyday.

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A Revolutionary Love Letter for Valentine’s Day: Fight On, Dear Queers of Color, Fight On

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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.

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Queer Women of Color and Visual Storytelling: Spotlight on Taryn Crenshaw of Artist Collective, Esoteric Lore

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“My placement on this planet essentially is to educate people through the arts exposing realities that are traditionally marginalized or not necessarily emphasized in mainstream culture and media, and create space that is loving, healing, and celebratory in and around art and education.” — Taryn Crenshaw

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Sex, Gender, and Food: Spotlight on Queer Brown Boi Activist, Kay Barrett

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Meet spoken-word artists, food justice advocate, and all-round badass brown boi, Kay Barrett. “As long as I have a breath, I have a pen and I am one of many vessels for humanity, a sloppy and healing humanity.”

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Coming Out as Capitalist in Queer Spaces

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“I generally find coming out as ‘queer’ in corporate and tech spaces much less intimidating than coming out as an ‘economic consultant’ in queer spaces.” Our newest contributor, Lola Kutty, shares her experience being ostracized from anti-capitalist spaces due to her job as a consultant.

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Hometown Homophobia: Reflections of a Straight Ethiopian Ally

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“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.

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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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All’s Fair in Love and Activism

You ever had those days where you really just cannot get out of bed? Where you’d rather sleep from 8in …

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