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“Society gives us a bad rep for having tatts or being gay, so I’m like let me just throw all in one and see how they like it now…I mean, that’s how I feel,” she says laughing. “I’m definitely comfortable in my own skin.” She even reveals some super sexy ink of two female symbols interlinked on her hip. It’s what she calls her “lesbian tattoo.” See for yourself.
EBONY.com received some heat yesterday after an @EBONYMag tweet mischaracterized the headline and content of an article published on the site.
The latest episode of “The Peculiar Kind” focuses on LGBT homeless youth. “The Peculiar Kind” is a web series that candidly explores the lives and experiences of queer women of color with eye-opening and unscripted conversations.
We’re loving the browngirl love in these throwback photos of the late singer Aaliyah and her best friend Kidada Jones, daughter of famed producer Quincy Jones.
Today, trans women of color are joining the broader community to demand justice for Islan Nettles, a trans woman of color who was brutally beaten to death in August 2013 by an attacker motivated by transphobic hatred.
Many Voices, an organization working to foster a Black church movement for gay and transgender justice, has released a series of videos featuring the personal stories of African American LGBTQ people who came of age in Black churches.
A new report from a coalition of advocacy groups explores employment and economic barriers for LGBT workers of color.