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Gender & Sexuality
More role models for Black boys in school won’t fix anything if we continue to overlook Black girls
Gay men need to be better allies to women combating male violence
We can’t talk about sexual health if we never talk openly about sex
On embodying darkness
Let’s give Jordan Peele’s ‘Candyman’ remake a chance to intrigue and horrify us
I’m a diva because I know the value of my labor
10 body affirmations for Black girls when the world tells us we’re too much
CBS’ Leslie Moonves will stay on as advisor after resigning as CEO over sexual harassment complaints
My queerness won’t let me give up on my queerphobic Black parents
The ‘Scream’ TV series is coming back, and this time, it’s Black
A Black feminist pleasure praxis acknowledges and affirms the possibility for Black women’s sexual pleasure
It’s not just We Got Y’all: When non-profits frame Black youth as deprived & in need of saviors
We just got a huge reminder of why #ChurchToo is so necessary
Ro Élori Cutno’s “Wife School” has always failed Black Women by peddling misogynoir to teach submission
Why Black children must see themselves in the classroom.
Why the interracial family in the new ‘Bewitched’ reboot matters to me
Black academics need to stop reproducing anti-Black notions of exceptionalism
Black educators and administrators, let’s remember to center and uplift Black children as they return to school
‘The Sinner’ and why white killers are imagined as victims easier than the Black & killed
Comic: The education system stifles LGBTQ+ students and kids of color from the start
I keep writing about white women’s fragility and dog whistle aggression because they keep proving my point
In the age of body positivity, why is it so hard to imagine fat girls as more than sad & alone?
How schools shame poor students
The audacity of Aretha Franklin—a voice for Black liberation
Why the NYC specialized high school exam is discriminatory and must be terminated.
Blackkklansman continues the tradition of letting white women off the hook
Our hair is a map to freedom: What I learned about resistance from the “1st” free Black town in the Americas
To the friend who said I should be thankful for my online harassment while cosplaying: I ain’t thankful for shit
What I learned about the work it takes to protect children from anti-Blackness from being homeschooled
We need solidarity across the Diaspora in challenging anti-Blackness in the Dominican Republic
Sometimes, I give gentrifiers the wrong directions when they get lost
“E pluribus unum”: Federalism is a reactionary structure built on anti-Blackness
Richard Akuson: the ‘A Nasty Boy’ editor talks the future of his queer fashion magazine and life as an asylum seeker in the U.S.
#UnderHisEye and the erasure of Black women in the carceral system
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