This Is How Global Tragedy And The LGBTQ Community Are Intimately Connected
When tragedy and blame are weapons, it puts lives at risk. It can draw advocacy away from us by punishing our allies. It can inform the politics that keep us from being equal. And the more that I see the mistreatment of my community, the more terrified I become.
White Feminism Has An Anthem: On The Exclusivity Of #MeToo and #TimesUp
The genesis of the movements that have been instituted to provide the portal of justice for all victims of abuse seems to be constructed on the viability of famous White victims, who suffered the worst from titans of the industry, and therefore have the leverage to make their tales of survival take center stage, in ways that birth an homage to the epicenter of their trials.
The Loneliness Of The Bisexual Woman
Biphobia doesn’t just actively oppress bisexual people, it’s something we internalize and use against ourselves, too.
The Economics Of Appropriating Black Culture
What would really happen if America loved Black people as much as they love Black culture?
Brown Women Will Not Live In A Culture Of Shame Anymore
This is where #MeToo becomes #UsTogether…and together we are stronger.
We, The Diverse
This is my letter to all the Brown girls and the Black girls who dream big dreams. And for all the girls whose skin is in the shades outside of that or in-between.
How Should America Show Up for Black Women?
America suffers from a very particular form of amnesia. It allows individuals to pretend that everyone, including historically oppressed groups, experience the freedoms of this country in the same way.