Need a pick-me-up or some spiritual nourishment? Written by transgender advocate and warrior woman Ja'briel Walthour, “Live Your Best Life" is ELIXHER's new inspirational column.
In episode 2.5 of The Peculiar Kind, four Black LGBT people share the challenges they've faced in the workplace at the intersection of race, orientation, gender identity and gender expression.
Why do some lesbians and bisexuals cheat? ELIXHER surveyed women from across the country to get their thoughts on dating and infidelity.
Harlow Project, a website dedicated to celebrating and telling the stories of women and people of color, recently released the highly anticipated teaser for in(HER)view: a conversation with black women. Check it out!
A 23 year-old transwoman's murder has yet to be solved in Chicago, clutchmagonline.com speaks on being a dark-skinned black woman, and a "coming out" anthology is released by the Hispanic Black Gay Coalition. Read more of this week's most pertinent stories here.
Are you a spring lovebird thinking about finally putting that ring on your beloved, while the rest of your friends are studying pickup lines for sweetheat? Come out and support an event that supports us, when much of the country is shying away from the "controversy" of a queer, loving, lifelong union.
In the land of Uhauls and cohabitation, some of us choose to formalize our partnerships through the State. Here's a quick and dirty guide to the various types of unions legally recognized across the U.S.
On April 15, a small piece of lesbian history was made in Brooklyn, N.Y. Located at The Lab, an all “stud” fashion show titled “Gladiator: Etymology of the Female Muscle” took place. Women were able to witness first-hand a runway full of masculine-identified women.
One of the Human Rights Campaign founders, Bettie Naylor, dies at 84, a New York Times writer wonders if black churches are becoming more LGBT tolerant, and a series of LGBT marches are held this weekend across the globe. See more of the week's best reads.
Sometimes we all just need a break from the drama and stonefaced activism, and want to kick back and allow ourselves to enjoy an unconventional, imaginative showcasing of queer artistry. The Generic Ensemble Company looks to provide just this service with their fifth full-length play, The Experiment.
This week, Glee introduced a new character named Unique, a transgender African American student and performer in rival glee club Vocal Adrenaline. Major props to Glee for adding a trans character of color.