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Gender & Sexuality
Testing HydroxyChloroquine on Black COVID-19 patients is more medical racism
Lower-Class Artist Imagines
PCOS and Intersex: A Case for Solidarity Against The Binary
Comic: Men are well aware of why feminism is needed, they just refuse to admit it
Black conspiracy and skepticism persist because we believe the evidence of our experience
How nonprofits gaslight you into the same self-sacrificing work as capitalist corporations
Is COVID-19 a crisis within a crisis for Black women?
How my “functionality” kept others from seeing the severity of my depression
How to navigate shared spaces that don’t invite in more panic
The Five Signs of a Great (Virtual) Black Therapist
I love fashion, but—as a fat woman—it doesn’t always love me back
COVID-19 shows how little we learned from the AIDS Epidemic
Reminders and affirmations to help you through quarantine
Now is an opportunity for Black folks to reimagine what constitutes loss
COVID-19 or not, Black folks are building virtual spaces of joy, intimacy and tenderness
Comic: Stop mocking accessibility and mobility tools for the disabled and elderly
The siblings of disabled youth are committed to building more accessible worlds
Black folks die from broken hearts all the time
I’ll always be the “angry” and “unreasonable” Black student when I call out racism on my campus
“Believe survivors” is inadequate for confronting the power dynamics that fuel sexual abuse
Black men’s body dysmorphia needs to be discussed more openly among us
Big Pharma and the prison industry are colluding to overmedicate incarcerated populations
The endless appropriation of MLK and white supremacy’s need to rewrite historical narratives
Crisis makes clear who can afford to survive (and who cannot)
Shedding the need for white validation and embracing the nuances of Black knowledge
Talking to Black youth about the complexities of sexual racism after Wilder v Fury
Reflecting on “The Photograph” and Black mother-daughter relationships
The colonial politics of desirability, fitness and gay manhood
Capitalism makes us think that having our basic needs met is revolutionary. It’s a lie.
Comic: Stop trying to insert yourself into Black people’s inside jokes
I’m wearing my fat and juicy parts out forever
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