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Scandal and the War at Home

[BEAUTIFUL STRUGGLER]
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by Jamilah Lemieux

The relationship between Black men and Black women—and it’s many facets, flaws and forms—is fodder for endless… Read More

[NATIONAL COMING OUT DAY]<br />
From Coming Out to Stepping UP

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From Coming Out to Stepping UP

by Pastor Joseph Tolton

I have always loved God and loved the Black church. As a boy, the church’s condemnation of gay people shattered my spirit… Read More

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Yes, Coming Out Matters

[NATIONAL COMING OUT DAY]
Yes, Coming Out Matters

by Karess Taylor-Hughes

I come from a small town in Long Island with large African-American and Latino populations. It was a fairly socially conservative… Read More

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A Senior's Story

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A Senior's Story

by Kimberley McLeod

Often times, the face of “coming out” stories is school-age adolescents, overlooking the many lesbian, gay, bisexual… Read More

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'We Are Family'

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'We Are Family'

by Sharon J. Lettman-Hicks

It’s impossible for me to talk about the fight for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) equality without talking… Read More

"Negro Bed Wench?"<br />
Negro, Please

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Negro, Please

by Shafiqah Hudson

It is extremely difficult to draw true parallels between the lives/experiences of Black people in the United States in the present… Read More

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An Open Letter to Black LGBT Celebs

by Kimberley McLeod

To my famous LGBT brothers and sisters: When I first fell for a woman, it was one of the most exhilarating and frightening… Read More

A Gay Man Speaks: Mister Cee Owes Us Nothing, but We Owe Him

A Gay Man Speaks: Mister Cee Owes Us Nothing, but We Owe Him

by Michael Arceneaux

Mister Cee’s sexual preference should not matter, but so often who we are has some bearing on completely unrelated aspects… Read More

Black Women Face Wealth Gap 50 Years After the March

Black Women Face Wealth Gap 50 Years After the March

by Mariko Chang, Ph.D. and Lillian Bowie-Singh

Fifty years ago this August in Washington D.C., Martin Luther King Jr. led the nation’s largest political rally of its time… Read More

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Where Do We Go from Here?

On Feminist Solidarity and Community:
Where Do We Go from Here?

by Mikki Kendall

When I posted the first few #SolidarityIsForWhiteWomen tweets, I had no idea it would resonate with so many people around the world… Read More

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