Many young activists are leading the charge for immigrant justice. As they come out for immigrant justice, many are also coming out as queer.
Harlem based artist and military badass Marthalicia Matarrita is quickly rising to the top as an artist to be reckoned with.
New York comedian, actress, and impressionist Liza Dye talks about her Michelle Obama impression, all those “ready for SNL” lists, and Kanye West.
What do you buy someone who fuels themselves only on the knowledge that the world is an inherently imbalanced structure built to take advantage of people made the most vulnerable by its constructs?
Here are some things you need to know from a report that details the inhumane treatment faced by LGBTQ people currently detained in the U.S. and the fight to resist these massive injustices.
Danielle Brooks (Tasha ‘Taystee’ Jefferson) and Uzo Aduba (Suzanne ‘Crazy Eyes’ Warren) sing a jolly Christmas Medley.
“Form-fitting feels different than tailored and my form is something I’m super protective of — so why the fuck did I decide to wear leggings today?”
Yamara Taylor (The Boondocks, How to Rock, Instant Mom) chats about comedy writing, trick or treating at Aisha Tyler’s house, and the dearth of five year old sketch actors.
For queer women of color, intersectionality isn’t just a “concept” or a “framework” for theorists to use for mind exercise — it’s a lived experience.
GoldieBlox feminist toys, M.I.A.’s new video, a lesbian dating expert, and a woman about to have surgery have a dance party in video party.
Grassroots leftist organizing is happening all over the U.S. right now, across generations, race, gender, sexuality and class.
“It’s like you’re so good at your weird, low-cost lifestyle, but you know nothing about the real world.”
Melanie Gillman’s webcomic As the Crow Flies tells the story of a young, queer girl of color trying to find her place at a Christian camp filled with people she can’t relate to.
I am not crazy; I am simply black, and queer, and butch, and transcultural, and therefore alone.
Why can’t every social justice organization be more like these guys?
You really need to watch bell hooks and Melissa Harris-Perry have this conversation.
Marvel and DC Comics added some much needed diversity by debuting a teenage Muslim girl from New Jersey as Ms. Marvel and a new First Nations superhero. But where are the women of color on screen?
The author of “Hyperbole and a Half” gives a talk at Google, the most moving football play of all time, a webseries about a cat lady, and an “Orange is the New Black” parody.