If you’re looking to engage in literature that centers the female experience and its complicated, constantly evolving nature, the feminist authors listed below might be a good place to start.
5 Reasons A League of Their Own Should Have #MoreThanFour
And in that spirit, I’d like to list down five good reasons A League Of Their Own deserves way #MoreThanFour episodes.
The First Gay Porn Film: A Sexy History of Queer Porn
It wasn’t so long ago that acknowledging queer existence, much less queer seuxality, in media was taboo, but the first gay porn film reminds us that queer people were always here.
Decade by Decade: Black Women Musicians, Activists Alike
For years black women have been fighting against racism and sexism. These women are also musicians, using their lyrics to influence change.
The Male Gaze: What It Is, and What TikTok Often Gets Wrong
The ‘male gaze’ has a long history in art and philosophy. To know what it actually means, let’s start with understanding what gaze is in the first place.
Death by Police: Tyre Nichols Yet Another Sacrifice to the Corrupt Gods of Police
Tyre Nichols’ murdering police officers may have been Black, but the horrible beating and death reveal deep schisms in policing standards and oversight, and a culture of systemic violence.
Review Bombing: What Drives This Toxic Internet Phenomenon?
The internet can be a cruel place and review bombing is just one of the many proofs of that.
Whitewashed DNA: Inclusivity Gaps and the Complicated Story of DNA Testing
As ancestry DNA tests like MyTrueAncestry or 23andMe gain in popularity, the gaps in their data and findings become increasingly more apparent for the people who have been missing from the research for decades.
It’s Time to Change the Way We Think About Food Advertisements
Every year, marketing forces define what foods are viewed as popular to children and adolescents without providing nutritional information. If the amount of unhealthy food advertisements to which children are exposed does not decrease, the percentage of childhood obesity will only go up.
The State of LGBTQ+ Safety on Social Media, and Why These 5 Platforms Are Failing
In a recent survey by the Anti-Defamation League regarding LGBTQ+ safety on social media, 66% of LGBTQ+ respondents experienced hate-based online harassment.
How M3gan the Killer Robot Doll Turned Into A Queer Icon Overnight
If there’s one word that can describe M3gan, the eponymous character in the 2023 horror comedy, it’s fierce. Find out why she’s beloved by the queer community.
Free Intelligent Conversation Is the Non-profit Organization Breaking Barriers by Helping People Learn More About Each Other
Free Intelligent Conversation (Free IC) believes that we all have something to offer in conversation, no matter where you come from.
12 Great LGBTQ+ TV Shows That Were Canceled Way Too Soon
Queer representation on the small screen has hit record highs. But it’s hard not to notice the worrying number of LGBTQ+ TV shows getting axed.
What’s So Bad About Andrew Tate?: A Brief History of Why So Many People Dislike Him
If, at any point in the last few months, you’ve had to Google exactly who Andrew Tate is, you’re not alone. The real question, though, is why he’s so widely hated.
Anti-abortion Lawmakers: Who, What, and Why?
After Roe v. Wade was overturned, many states began to push and in some cases, pass anti-abortion legislation. Who are these lawmakers and what do they believe in?
10 LGBTQ+ Podcasts You Have Got to Follow in 2023
Here’s a list of 10 great LGBTQ+-related podcasts that will cause you to laugh, cry, and think deeper about your life that you have got to follow in 2023.