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.
Two powerful pieces of #blackgirlmagic and QWoC wonder have just joined forces to manifest something pretty transformative.
If you haven't had a chance to catch Staceyann Chin's harrowing and hilarious performance, here's your chance! This is the show's last week. "MotherStruck" sets forth Staceyann’s personal journey to motherhood as a single woman, lesbian and activist who does not have health insurance or a “serious, stable financial set up,” but wants to have a child.
Fashion blogger and photographer Doreen Pierre reflects on her journey to self-acceptance: "Finding my style was finding a piece of myself. When I walk out the door, I know my clothing represents my confidence and individuality — a testament to the commitment I made to love myself."
In our second installment of QTWoC Chronicles, Tiffany and LaToya Rose are a Black American lesbian couple based in China and attempting to conceive their first child with a known donor. The duo documents their lessons in life, love, and travel — exclusively on ELIXHER!
Due to massive ratings, AzMarie tweeted that Fox confirmed another season of Fox's hit show "Empire".
In an adorable YouTube clip, Black lesbian author and activist Staceyann Chin and her toddler, Zuri, talk about autonomy and consent. So precious. And powerful.
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 QTWoC Chronicles. In their final entry, Tabia and Mimie talk about moving back to Georgia and maintaining the balance they achieved while living off the grid.
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.