How one high school girl dealt with being outed to a friend’s queerphobic mom.
Welcome to INTERLINQ-ED, where we highlight news and media about and relevant to LGBTQ people of color, diaspora, and racial or ethnic minorities around the world.
When I was in college, I dated white-women because English-speaking queer women was “all there was.” And while I didn’t mind then, the truth is… I do now. I don’t want to explain every single story, conversation or joke. When I have to constantly interpret, things gets lost in translation –including our connection, but mainly my sanity.
Remember Yo! MTV Raps from the 90s? Well, check out Yo! LGBT Raps! hosted by two black lesbians to promote queer rap and hip hop.
Thoughts from an Ally-in-Training: “Up until this point, I never really watched the way I said things. But now, when my words are reaching out to people from many walks of life, I’m realizing that there’s so much more at stake than my “learning” process.”
Welcome to this week’s edition of INTERLINQ-ED, where we highlight news and media about and relevant to LGBTQ people of color, diaspora, and racial or ethnic minorities around the world.
The Boston LGBT Film Festival partners with local community-building organization and Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project (QWOCMAP) to diversify film festival offerings and supporter base.