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Gender & Sexuality
Comic: I’m waiting for Black conspiracy theorists to turn their attention towards cisheteropatriarchy
Guns too often become tools of intra-communal violence at the hands of cis het Black men
Black daughters and genderqueer children need your protection too, not just your sons
Our world has made gender into a cage
Black women face greater scrutiny than white women for being polyamorous
How one online community has channeled their misogynoir into the “Save Yourself Black Men” movement
When people defraud the world by impersonating Black womanhood
Black men – we need to take the racist online harassment of Black women more seriously
How defiant Black women athletes like Surya Bonaly and Serena Williams inspire me and help lay the groundwork for the future
When Black womxn finally allow ourselves to get angry
During Kamala Harris’ Presidential run, we have to be vigilant about critiques laced with misogynoir
It’s not just white incels. We need to talk about the Black Manosphere, too.
Ro Élori Cutno’s “Wife School” has always failed Black Women by peddling misogynoir to teach submission
The “positive outcome” of the Starbucks arrest won’t save us because it didn’t save Chikesia Clemons
Letter to my Black mother who wants me to forgive the world when I saw it try to kill her
Comic: We need to take the mental health of Black women far more seriously
Why #JanetJacksonAppreciationDay was food to my Black woman soul
Rethinking and retooling the “wife school” people always expect Black women to attend
How Tyrese used misogynoir and Black patriarchy to gain sympathy, support, and joint custody
White women hate losing to Black women
For Karen Smith And Other Black Women Who Seek Freedom When The Misogynoir Is Enough
‘Hidden Figures’ Represents Black Women’s Continued Quest For Dignity and Recognition
Zendaya’s Response to a Twitter Troll Highlights the Objectification of Women Celebs
In New Johns Hopkins Study, Black Women’s Hair Can’t Win For Losing
Reclaiming memory as a Black father and son in the face of cultural and racial traumas
When does defending one’s reputation become a ploy to avoid addressing faults?
The Black body remembers our traumas even when we try to forget
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