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Mark Clemons liked Gender Bent's blog post UK digital project Motherhood Reconstructed is celebrating Black mothers and hosting its inaugural panel “Debunking the Strong Black Woman” next month in London!
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UK digital project Motherhood Reconstructed is celebrating Black mothers and hosting its inaugural panel “Debunking the Strong Black Woman” next month in London!

Motherhood Reconstructed is an organization committed to celebrating motherhood in all its forms and the Black women at the forefront of raising the next generation of thinkers, movers, and shakers. Women are simultaneously reduced to the singular role of mother and homemaker, while still being erased in our discussions of mental health, personal development, and representation in the media. No one Black mother is alike, but somehow they’re treated as a monolith, even with the vast levels of…See More
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UK digital project Motherhood Reconstructed is celebrating Black mothers and hosting its inaugural panel “Debunking the Strong Black Woman” next month in London!

Motherhood Reconstructed is an organization committed to celebrating motherhood in all its forms and the Black women at the forefront of raising the next generation of thinkers, movers, and shakers. Women are simultaneously reduced to the singular role of mother and homemaker, while still being erased in our discussions of mental health, personal development, and representation in the media. No one Black mother is alike, but somehow they’re treated as a monolith, even with the vast levels of…See More
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Dating: If he doesn't accept your natural hair, run as fast as you can

In the early stages of dating, you are always trying to impress that guy and appeal to him. You kind of aim to be his ideal woman. We can say, "no we don't", but we all do this. If he plays Pokemon Go, then you play Pokemon Go. If he likes Rock music, then you try out Rock music. It is needless to say you want to one day be his future. But, there is always one thing that I will not suffice in a relationship. That is my hair. Yes, I am a proud naturalista and have embraced my curly fro in every…See More
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Dating: If he doesn't accept your natural hair, run as fast as you can

In the early stages of dating, you are always trying to impress that guy and appeal to him. You kind of aim to be his ideal woman. We can say, "no we don't", but we all do this. If he plays Pokemon Go, then you play Pokemon Go. If he likes Rock music, then you try out Rock music. It is needless to say you want to one day be his future. But, there is always one thing that I will not suffice in a relationship. That is my hair. Yes, I am a proud naturalista and have embraced my curly fro in every…See More
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"Gender Bent"- All things Afro-punk related to sexual orientation and gender issues.

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UK digital project Motherhood Reconstructed is celebrating Black mothers and hosting its inaugural panel “Debunking the Strong Black Woman” next month in London!

Posted on November 8, 2016 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

Motherhood Reconstructed is an organization committed to celebrating motherhood in all its forms and the Black women at the forefront of raising the next generation of thinkers, movers, and shakers. Women are simultaneously reduced to the singular role of mother and homemaker, while still being erased in our discussions of mental health, personal development, and representation in the media. No one Black mother is alike, but somehow they’re treated as a monolith, even with…

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Dating: If he doesn't accept your natural hair, run as fast as you can

Posted on October 24, 2016 at 11:09am 0 Comments

In the early stages of dating, you are always trying to impress that guy and appeal to him. You kind of aim to be his ideal woman. We can say, "no we don't", but we all do this. If he plays Pokemon Go, then you play Pokemon Go. If he likes Rock music, then you try out Rock music. It is needless to say you want to one day be his future.



But, there is always one thing that I will not suffice in a relationship. That is my hair. Yes, I am a proud naturalista and have…

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Child of soul songstress Sade comes out as transman

Posted on October 13, 2016 at 1:04pm 0 Comments

Closely following #NationalComingOutDay, Ila Adu, the only child of legendary soul singer Sade, comes out as a transman. The decision to make this information public marks a very different tone for the Adu family who is notorious for being extremely private. In the Instagram caption, Adu, who had previously identified as a lesbian, expressed that “Today is the first day of the rest of my life.” It’s an amazing thing to see so many people having the courage to live their…

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BOOK: Queer Activist Nia King Releases Queer & Trans Interview Collection

Posted on September 20, 2016 at 1:44pm 0 Comments

Nia King, queer author and host of the podcast We Want The Airwaves, is releasing a book of interviews with the queer and trans artists we know and many that we should know. According to its description, "...Nia discusses fat burlesque with Magnoliah Black, queer fashion with Kiam Marcelo Junio, interning at Playboy with Janet Mock, dating gay Latino Republicans with Julio Salgado, intellectual hazing with Kortney Ryan Ziegler, gay gentrification with Van Binfa [...], and…

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