Feminism in Scandal? Consider it handled.
Anna Leach talks to Brown Girls Only about coming out and having ownership of your queerness.
Brown Girls Only talks coming out as queer with Amy Quichiz, a disabled Latina activist.
An exercise in intersectionality, the two films closing out the 2016 Syracuse University Human Rights Film Festival were about queer people of color.
You can stay constantly hating on Young Thug’s fashion choices, but the looks he serves are bigger than your narrow perception of gender.
More often than not, queer women are sexualized through the male gaze, so girls kissing girls is reduced down to mere “bi-curiosity.”
Brown Girls Only spoke to Janay Reece about how the The Fund for American Studies’ panel on diversity aimed to address the lack of representation in media.
Isha Aran discusses the oft-unchecked strain of blackface in Indian films
Shea Moisture’s new #BreakTheWalls campaign is all about dismantling the European beauty standard for everyday brown women and girls.
As defined by The Huffington Post, “Black Girl Magic is a term used to illustrate the universal awesomeness of black women.” There’s nothing wrong with a little #BlackGirlMagic.