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Editor’s Corner: Meet Kristen

Welcome to the new ELIXHER! We are emerging out of our hiatus feeling more inspired than ever. We thank you for sticking with us. We thank you for reaffirming why we exist—and why we’re here to stay.

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PHOTOS: Style on the Street

Style on the Street (SOS) spotlights the versatile and vibrant styles of women of color. You’ll FALL in love with these summer-to-autumn ensembles!
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Walk a Mile in My Brogues

Fashion blogger and photographer Doreen Pierre reflects on her journey to self-acceptance: "Finding my style was finding a piece of myself. When I walk out the door, I know my clothing represents my confidence and individuality — a testament to the commitment I made to love myself."

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InspiHERed By: Natasha Dyer

InspiHERed By spotlights phenomenal women in the Black queer community—everyone from artists to activists. Each week ELIXHER features someone whose personal journey and individual craft inspire us.

InspiHERed By: Kia Rene

InspiHERed By spotlights phenomenal women in the Black queer community—everyone from artists to activists. This month ELIXHER spotlights Los Angeles-based radio personality, Kia René.

InspiHERed By: C.A. Nelson

Each month ELIXHER features someone whose personal journey and individual craft inspire us to dream bigger, laugh harder, and love deeper. This month ELIXHER spotlights Philly-based artist C.A. Nelson.

InspiHERed By: Mia McKenzie

Each month ELIXHER features someone whose personal journey and individual craft inspire us. This month ELIXHER spotlights writer and 'Black Girl Dangerous' creator Mia McKenzie.

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On Our Gaydar: Staceyann Chin’s Solo Show “MotherStruck”

If you haven't had a chance to catch Staceyann Chin's harrowing and hilarious performance, here's your chance! This is the show's last week. "MotherStruck" sets forth Staceyann’s personal journey to motherhood as a single woman, lesbian and activist who does not have health insurance or a “serious, stable financial set up,” but wants to have a child.