On Thursday February 18, nearly 600 women and men gathered to celebrate the First Annual Professor Audre Lorde Memorial Birthday Celebration at Hunter College.
The Empire star won best actress in a television drama Sunday night and evoked her epically sassy character when asked if homophobic criticism of the Fox series – on which Jussie Smollett plays a gay R&B singer – gets to the cast.
NAKED gives real women the opportunity to truthfully tell their stories of struggle, adversity, insecurity, and perseverance.
Julia Curtis-Burnes shares how and why she launched Initiative Space, a company that designs and facilitates queer women of color professional networking events.
Jillian’s Peak, a web series about an African American woman coming to terms with her sexuality, is being created for one very specific reason — there’s nothing else like it out there.
Following in the footsteps of Marsha P. Johnson, Miss Major, and many others is an amazing and diverse array of black trans activists. Many are aware of today’s advocacy titans — Laverne Cox and Janet Mock — but there are many black trans people who round out their endeavors with grassroots and on-the-ground work. We couldn’t name them all, but here’s a list of black trans activists who our “transcestors” would certainly be proud of!
On Wednesday, December 2, ELIXHER.com celebrated its relaunch at "Everybody Random," a dance party with DJ Rimarkable at Brooklyn's Bed-Vyne and Brew. We laughed, we danced, we celebrated community. Photography by Doreen Pierre (www.dapperpenniless.com)....