It took Chef Deborah VanTrece over 20 years to become an overnight success. Now it’s almost impossible to ask for restaurant recommendations in Atlanta without hearing the name “Twisted Soul Kitchen and Bar.”
#ThisIsLuv is a "Black love" multimedia initiative that highlights affirming LGBT love in Black communities and families. Outcry from the bi community and its supporters has amplified a conversation about erasure and intentional inclusion.
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."
"The Same Difference" documentary is a film that explores lesbian relationships within the African-American community. Nneka Onuorah, the director of the documentary, and actress Kellz, talk to FOX about the film.
In her series entitled "I Promise I Will Not Forget You," trans artist Catherine Graffam beautifully depicts young couple Crystal Jackson and Britney Cosby who were tragically murdered in March 2014 allegedly by Cosby's father because they were gay.
In our second installment of QWoC Chronicles, Tiffany and LaToya Rose are a Black American lesbian couple based in China and attempting to conceive their first child with a known donor. The duo documents their lessons in life, love, and travel — exclusively on ELIXHER!
"Engaging in black queer love means not only surviving your own trauma, but holding the paralleled trauma of your partner and navigating the ways in which that trauma collides." - Ashleigh Shackelford, Black Lesbian Love Lab
New York City-based dapperQ, the world’s most widely read queer style website, will be presenting the first ever queer style panel at South by Southwest (SxSW) during Sxstyle in Austin, TX on Friday, March 11, 2016.
In the wake of #OscarsSoWhite protests and boycotts, among GLAAD's nominees are people of color (POC) and queer/trans POC publications, scripted shows/roles, and more that nailed coverage of our community.
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.