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FEATURE: Activist/artist Amandla Stenberg on gender identity: "They/Them Makes Me Feel Comfortable"

Revolutionary young activist and artist Amandla Stenberg recently told fans on Tumblr that gender neutral pronouns like “they/them makes me feel comfortable”. Pronoun preferences are important personal statement for anybody to make and are crucial to respectfully referencing and addressing others. In this instance, Stenberg says both they/their and she/her are correct,…See More
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FEATURE: Activist/artist Amandla Stenberg on gender identity: "They/Them Makes Me Feel Comfortable"

Revolutionary young activist and artist Amandla Stenberg recently told fans on Tumblr that gender neutral pronouns like “they/them makes me feel comfortable”. Pronoun preferences are important personal statement for anybody to make and are crucial to respectfully referencing and addressing others. In this instance, Stenberg says both they/their and she/her are correct,…See More
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FEATURE: Femme empowerment community b.Girl Movement celebrate black female photographers with "Boundless" exhibition

b.Girl Movement is an digital feminist community and platform that explores and promotes positive representations of black women that acknowledges the full spectrum of our identities. Is essence, b. Girl Movement celebrates black girls and gives us a ‘boundless’ space for self-expression, growth, and unified empowerment. On May 13, b.Girl Movement is hosting an…See More
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FEATURE: Femme empowerment community b.Girl Movement celebrate black female photographers with "Boundless" exhibition

b.Girl Movement is an digital feminist community and platform that explores and promotes positive representations of black women that acknowledges the full spectrum of our identities. Is essence, b. Girl Movement celebrates black girls and gives us a ‘boundless’ space for self-expression, growth, and unified empowerment. On May 13, b.Girl Movement is hosting an…See More
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FEATURE: Activist/artist Amandla Stenberg on gender identity: "They/Them Makes Me Feel Comfortable"

Posted on April 27, 2016 at 11:30am 0 Comments

Revolutionary young activist and artist Amandla Stenberg recently told fans on Tumblr that gender neutral pronouns like “they/them makes me feel comfortable”. Pronoun preferences are important personal statement for anybody to make and are crucial to respectfully referencing and addressing others. In…

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FEATURE: Femme empowerment community b.Girl Movement celebrate black female photographers with "Boundless" exhibition

Posted on April 20, 2016 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

b.Girl Movement is an digital feminist community and platform that explores and promotes positive representations of black women that acknowledges the full spectrum of our identities. Is essence, b. Girl Movement celebrates black girls and gives us a ‘boundless’ space for self-expression, growth, and unified empowerment.



On May 13, b.Girl Movement…

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OP-ED: Can gender-neutral fashion be an act of protest against oppressive gender constructs?

Posted on April 7, 2016 at 2:08pm 0 Comments

I’m sure you’ve all seen more than enough of the ever-so popular ‘Morning Routine’ video’s on YouTube, but let me outline a slightly more realistic one for you. It would go something like this: My alarm goes off at 7:30AM, prompting me to drag myself out of bed. I begrudgingly give in. I then walk to my closet and decide, “How much street harassment am I willing to put up with today?” This is usually a rhetorical question because I realize that regardless of how much I try…

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FEATURE: Chicago-based Black and Brown Punk Show Collective creates space for queer, trans, and intersex punks of color

Posted on April 6, 2016 at 10:00am 0 Comments

Chicago is home to Black and Brown Punk Show Collective, a a DIY community for queer, trans, and intersex punks of color. The collective was formed by Chi-Town transplants Monika Estrella Negra and Donté Oxun who quickly encountered ugly homophobic, transphobic, and sexist comments in the punk scene. “These punk dudes gave me the name 'the faggot' or…

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