For Bi-Mixed Girls When Grad School Isn’t Enuf: Creating Queer POC Community from the Borderlands

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Our Intern Breanne reflects on her work at QWOC, queer identity and creating community.

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The Counter-argument: You’re Making the Wrong Choice

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One Chinese lesbian shares her experiences on coming out, her mother, and choices.

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Just Do It: 5 Ways You Can Support LGBTQ Youth of Color without Giving Money

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Check out this list of ways we can support queer youth of color that don’t involve money, including a list of inspiring organizations leading the way.

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“Oh Lord Have Mercy, Mercy, Mercy!”: Jamaican Singer Diana King Comes Out as a Lesbian

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Internationally acclaimed Singer/Songwriter Diana King comes out! Read our top 10 favorite quotes from her coming out facebook note.

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Black, Greek, and Lesbian: One Black Woman’s Story on Being Out as a Sorority Girl

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An out and proud Black lesbian speaks candidly about being out Black and queer within a Black sorority.

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On Coming Out: Queen Latifah Won’t Let The Media Claim Her(Story), And Neither Should We

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Last week, Huffington Post’s article, ‘Queen Latifah Says She Did Not Come Out At Long Beach Pride Festival’ confirmed that …

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AMPLIFY: Black Lesbian Webseries, “Come Take a Walk with Me” Needs Funding for Season Two

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AMPLIFY: The web TV series, “Come Take a Walk with Me” follows Channing, a black lesbian from the south through her struggles with family, friendship, finances, faith, and faithfulness. Season one was a huge hit. So, let’s do our part to help fund season two!

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Call for Submissions From Muslim-Identified LGBTQ People of Color

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“But when do we ever hear from queer Muslims themselves, about their everyday lives, about their hardships and triumphs, their families and lovers–or, simply, what keeps them centered, devout, inspired?” Do you identify as a Muslim, queer/trans woman of color? Submit your story!

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Mi Queertura: Latina, Lesbian, Woman Are Not Mutually Exclusive

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“We are afraid of being abandoned by the mother, the culture, La Raza,for being unacceptable, faulty, damaged… to avoid rejection, …

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