Ain’t I a Human?: Ferguson and the Neglect of Black Women, Femmes, and Gir... November 26, 2014 | ELIXHER
Fighting For Justice In Ferguson: One Queer Woman of Color Shares... November 25, 2014 | #TeamELIXHER
Critique is Resistance; Resistance is Revolution... November 24, 2014 | ELIXHER
Houston Trans Woman, Thailand Warr, Attacked... November 24, 2014 | ELIXHER
Our Buzz 11.22.14: Raven-Symoné, Robin Roberts & More... November 22, 2014 | ELIXHER
What You Missed This Week 11.21.14: Rep. Simone Bell, Uganda & More... November 21, 2014 | ELIXHER
Trans Women of Color Tell Stories of Survival... November 20, 2014 | ELIXHER
Trans Lives Matter November 20, 2014 | ELIXHER
Being the Other: A Survival Kit November 19, 2014 | ELIXHER
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We’re loving actress Samira Wiley’s cover and profile for OUT Magazine. Each year, the LGBT lifestyle publication, highlights 100 of the year’s most compelling people.
Out On Film, Atlanta’s LGBT film festival, showed a variety of films ranging from shorts that address transgender identity issues to sobering documentaries about spirituality and the policing of Black queer lives.
Did you know that lesbians are three times more likely to serve in the military than other women and that transgender Americans also serve at a high rate? Here’s a snapshot of the realities of Black lesbian, bi, and trans women in the armed forces — and how you can help.
What happens when two Black queer women sell all their possessions, quit their cozy careers, and decide to drive across the country in an RV?! Find out in ELIXHER’s new column, QWoC Chronicles, where Tabia and Mimie Lisenbee-Parker of Purpose.Driven.Love. document their physical, emotional and spiritual journey.
We’re back with a new round-up of recent happenings in the Black LGBT community. Stay in the know.