ELIXHER is a GLAAD Media Award-nominated website and magazine. It is your go-to resource for all things empowering, thought-provoking, and pertinent to Black queer and trans women. You’ll find news, uplifting profiles, local events, political commentary, personal reflections, and more.
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Pride Index – Cool & Invigorating ELIXHER.com
Blog Talk Radio – Black History Series: Founder of Elixher – Kimberley McLeod
Clutch Magazine – Check This: Elixher, a New Website for the Black LBT Community!
The Lesbian Lifestyle – TLL Editors Pick
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Autostraddle – State of the Union #2
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AfterEllen – Morning Brew
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