My wife put me on to the Nickster about two years before Pink Friday dropped. We are Nicki Minaj lovers and we don’t give a f*ck.
“It’s just that of all the spectrum riding, genuinely evolving, delicate fixtures of flight in my life, I so love my sexuality being articulated as concrete.”
In which we talk about the future with Bklyn Boihood, “a collective that provides visibility and promotes the empowerment of masculine of center bois, lesbians, queers, trans-identified studs, doms, butches and AGs of color.”
Chin’s writing covers a lot of topics- so I’m going to share excerpts of two very different pieces with you. Because I love you.
“Her man throws her kids out of the f-cking window. Shouldn’t that get a chick an OSCAR NOM???? “
Let’s stop talking about Nicki Minaj’s so-called bisexuality and start celebrating the many out & proud female emcees in the Hip Hop community. Glennisha chats to Mz Jons, Lady Lust & Eyeris about their careers as openly gay Hip Hop artists.
Gabrielle Rivera wanted an all-queer cast for her first short film. When she ended up with straight girls in her three butch/AG leads she found herself giving them a crash-course in abandoning gender norms, taking up space and playing gay. And then everything changed, forever.
In which we ask: How does your race and/or sexuality impact your feminist identity? Do you ever feel you have to “pick one”?
Glennisha chats to Hip Hop artist and frequent Pride performer Rasheeda about her recent photo shoot for the “NO H8 campaign” and her love and support of the LGBT community.
In the lead up to their performance at Go Magazine’s Readers’ Choice Nightlife Awards, New York Hip Hop duo Kin4Life speak with Audiostraddle’s newest music writer Glennisha about their love of nightlife, as well as their new record and the reasons you should go see their show.
The Philippines is widely regarded as Asia’s most gay-friendly country. So why are its lesbians forced to marry men, submerge desire and stay in the closet?