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Gender & Sexuality
How nonprofits gaslight you into the same self-sacrificing work as capitalist corporations
Is COVID-19 a crisis within a crisis for Black women?
Comic: Stop mocking accessibility and mobility tools for the disabled and elderly
Shedding the need for white validation and embracing the nuances of Black knowledge
Comic: Stop trying to insert yourself into Black people’s inside jokes
Despite appropriation, vampiric whiteness will never be able to suck the blood out of Black art
Calling Cards: Revolution means building towards a national movement of uncompromising politics
Comic: Even with human trafficking, cis straights conspire to paint trans women as monsters
Quality, art, the culture of sameness, and white men’s egos
Combating colorism: All Black children are worth defending
How Black Muslimas are transforming our communities and futures
Comic: Some Black folks do Witchcraft. Get over it.
On Dumplings and Death- A Thanksgiving Remembrance
Comic: Queer folks existed in pre-colonial Africa and y’all can stay mad
The Obamas keep attacking “cancel culture” because they are scared of being held accountable
My parents’ storybook romance gave me unrealistic expectations for (Black) love in the digital age
I don’t know what my grief looks like outside of social pressures to perform it in acceptable ways
Comic: Cis folks need to stop masking their transphobia as “preference”
‘How We Fight White Supremacy’ honors the many ways Black folks resist
Comic: A crunchy lifestyle is not a cure for mental illness
Comic: Waging war against masculinity by minding our femme, female, queer business
Why racial disparities in U.S. maternal health are so terrible, and what you can do about it
2020 candidates are finally talking about reparations. It’s time to deepen the debate
Defending “Nipsey Hussle’s widow” and other hollow gestures for Black women
Why the plan to replace Rikers, or reform any prison, is doomed to perpetuate the problem
On being a Black cynic when the world’s laughter is so loud
To parents of the revolution: Intentional time given to our children is important too
Comic: No, you did not turn out “just fine”
How prison-based thinking warps a lack of empathy for “deserving” victims to harm the vulnerable
Columbus activist Amber Evans is still missing over a month after her disappearance
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