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Some of Us are Brave: 600 Seconds in the Life of a Black American Woman and a Cry for Our Allies

Black people are fed up. But privilege dictates that we will keep dying until white America is fed up, too. 

In Queer Clubs, Seeking Sanctuary from Violence

The Pulse shooting was everything I feared when I worked in a Florida gay bar. But we won’t cave to violence.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about unREAL, Diane Arbus, and police violence.

In New Comic "Kim & Kim," Queer Best Friends Bond As Intergalactic Bounty Hunters

The new series is a bit like Tank Girl meets Cowboy Bebop, with a dash of Broad City. 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Tumblr witches, the WNBA, and Leslie Jones.

How Do We Move Forward From Orlando? By Supporting Our LGBTQ Familia

In Latinx communities, safe and welcoming queer spaces like Pulse are far too rare.

A Clockwork Trauma

Surviving as a Black and queer person in a culture built on violence.

New Music Monday: Bombón

A retro surf rock band with a girl-group vibe and Mexican American roots. 

If We Must Wear Ourselves Out, Let it Be Because We Build

After the violence last week, commit to building a different society. 

Why It Matters That Male Film Critics Vastly Outnumber Female Film Critics

"Films are looked at from the prism of mostly white and male journalists."