Gender & Sexuality
Defending “Nipsey Hussle’s widow” and other hollow gestures for Black women
Nipsey Hussle’s death warrants more than a “Black Man Take Down” conspiracy theory
I grew up thinking that my body was blemished by Blackness
Liberals use “unity” to systematically silence women of color. It’s time to be divisive
More role models for Black boys in school won’t fix anything if we continue to overlook Black girls
Our hair is a map to freedom: What I learned about resistance from the “1st” free Black town in the Americas
When is it #TimesUp for white women who don’t recognize Black women’s boundaries?
A Black woman transforms conditioned silence into language: How Audre Lorde induced my rebirth
It’s not just straight men: We all have to reckon with internalized femmephobia in the wake of #MeToo
Oprah Winfrey dedicates Golden Globes Lifetime Achievement award to civil rights icon Recy Taylor
Three ways Black veganism challenges white supremacy (unlike conventional veganism)
Why Black gender conversations will always fail unless we center Black children
Sofia Coppola erased Black women from ‘The Beguiled’ because white women always have to be victims
White feminism doesn’t know what to do with Amber Rose
Reading came first: how I journeyed from hotep to Black queer feminist
Why intersectional feminism needs reproductive justice approaches to HIV
Grad Student Shot at Festival after Telling Man to Stop Grinding on Her
Beyoncé Opens Up During Interview with ELLE Magazine
The Academy is Silencing Beyoncé to Protect Racist White Feminism
ICYMI: Lupita Nyong’o lights up red carpet in dress coded by girls
Beyoncé class in session at Rutgers University
Beyoncé graces cover of Out magazine, talks sexual freedom
Rutgers University offers feminism class on Beyoncé
Guest Post: “An Open Letter to Nelly”
Morehouse College Launches LGBT Course
Meet Sosan Firooz, Afghanistan’s First Female Rapper
On The Front-line With The Gender-Conscious Black Male
On the Job While You Chill: The Profit of Oppresion
Sex Over Consciousness?
2020 candidates are finally talking about reparations. It’s time to deepen the debate
Intergenerational trauma is gendered, and other life lessons from my Black mother & sister
Why my partner and I will use Womanism as the framework to parent our child
What I learned from studying my Black mother’s pedagogy of love
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