ELIXHER associate editor Jahneil La Mara recounts how she and others navigated multiple identities at the LGBT Media Journalists Convening in Orlando.
Nothing can completely prepare you for the madness and more-than-likely plot twists but #TeamELIXHER has gathered a few tidbits from first-hand experience that might come in handy.
Astraea Foundation Announces “Uprising of Love Fund” to Fuel the Most Critical and Urgent LGBTQI Grassroots Organizing
ELIXHER recently had the opportunity to interview executive director J. Bob Alotta about their newly launched “Uprising of Love Fund,” the history of the foundation and some of the organizations that they have partnered with.
LGBT media advocacy org GLAAD announced the nominees for its 28th Annual GLAAD Media Awards, nominees include The Same DIfference and The Trans List.
From the time Carolyn Wysinger set her feet on The Land, her life changed. Part vacation destination and part healing retreat, Black Lesbians United (BLU) offered the opportunity to connect on a social, spiritual, and cultural level.
A screening of "The Same Difference" will take place during Atlanta Black Pride on September 4, followed a WNBA game. Over 18,000 women are expected to fill Phillips Arena stadium, where "We Are All Women" will host a rally to raise awareness among attendees. Proceeds from the event will go towards more authentically telling the stories of Black lesbian and bisexual women in the media.
Here are five myths about bisexual women that we're saying deuces to!
The temperatures are slowly rising, so you know what that means! It’s time to peel off those layers and get your spring wardrobe popping. To help you better transition, here are a few looks that will have you ready to hang up your winter coat sooner than you know it.
Missed our post-Valentine's Day chat with "QWoC Chronicles" couple Tiffany and LaToya Rose on love and life's ups and downs? Catch our #ELIXHERTalk recap: ...
Following the shooting of unarmed teen, Michael Brown, people all across the country have responded in outrage to his death. Catherine Russell, a queer St. Louis resident, has participated in the protests and rallies ever since she heard the initial news.