#ELIXHERTalk RECAP: Celebrating Being Queer & Trans Women of Color... December 17, 2014 | ELIXHER
Indieflix and Sistah Sinema Relaunch a Queer Women of Color “Netflix”... December 16, 2014 | ELIXHER
11 Black Queer and Trans Women Discuss Self-Care... December 15, 2014 | ELIXHER
Our Buzz 12.14.14: Janet Mock, Laverne Cox, Chaunte Wayans & More... December 14, 2014 | ELIXHER
What You Missed This Week 12.12.14: Trans Healthcare, Solidarity & More... December 12, 2014 | ELIXHER
Fashion’s Queer Night Out: Androgynous Style Steps Into the Spotlight... December 11, 2014 | ELIXHER
QWoC Chronicles: Fall Back December 10, 2014 | ELIXHER
STYLE PROFILE: Blair of RockCity LookBook... December 9, 2014 | ELIXHER
Writing the Next Chapter: Q&A With Urban Folk Musician JackLucy... December 8, 2014 | ELIXHER
All Black lives matter. Deshawnda Sanchez, 21, a transgender woman was shot several times and killed on the front porch of a South Los Angeles home as she pounded on the door for help from her killer.
Need some sustenance during this painful and enraging time? These Black and queer poets, performers, and activists will feed your spirit.
We’re excited to launch The ELIXHER Index, a directory that features restaurants, retailers, organizations, and more owned by Black lesbian, bisexual, queer and transgender women. To kick things off, ELIXHER has partnered with LezBiBuy, AfterEllen’s national day of shopping and supporting lesbian, bisexual and queer female-owned establishments on December 6. Will you join us?
Margie Mitchell, 21, was repeatedly struck by a vehicle outside a Birmingham, Alabama nightclub. Family and friends are calling for justice and raising funds for Mitchell’s medical bills.
A 20-year-old Black transgender woman, Angel Elisha Walker, is missing in North Carolina. Help us signal boost this report.
Today is World AIDS Day – a day individuals and organizations are taking time to reflect on the devastating effects this epidemic has had on people across the globe. As Black queer and trans women, this absoultely affects our community.
This week’s installment of Our Buzz features Laverne Cox, Brittney Griner, Raven-Symoné and more.
Black Friday boycotts planned to protest ferguson decision; Black Girl Dangerous’ Mia McKenzie breaks down what “violence” really means; one family embraces their trans child; and more news relevant to you.
Gwendolyn Henry, founder of Bisexual Women of Color (BIWOC), shares some life-affirming advice on coping with grief during the holiday season.
Danielle Stevens urges us to ensure Black women, girls, and femmes aren’t left out of national dialogues around state-santionced, anti-black violence.
Following the shooting of unarmed teen, Michael Brown, people all across the country have responded in outrage to his death. Catherine Russell, a queer St. Louis resident, has participated in the protests and rallies ever since she heard the initial news.