Results related to “sexuality”

Margaret Cho Thinks It's Radical For Women to Joke About Sex

Margaret Cho Thinks It’s Radical For Women to Joke About Sex

by Jamilah King on January 21 2015, 3:19PM

The comedian dishes on what makes her new sex show truly unique.

Topics: Culture

Sherman Alexie, and the 'Homoerotic Extravaganza' of Sports

Sherman Alexie, and the ‘Homoerotic Extravaganza’ of Sports

by Jamilah King on May 3 2013, 11:20AM

The Indian American author and basketball enthusiast names what’s really scary for straight men.

Topics: /NOW

Can New York Shame Teens Out of Getting Pregnant? [Reader Forum]

Can New York Shame Teens Out of Getting Pregnant? [Reader Forum]

by Nia King on March 11 2013, 8:16AM

Are New York’s controversial new ads to stop teen pregnancy racist? Colorlines readers sound off.

Topics: Gender & Sexuality, Health

Frank Ocean to GQ: 'I'm Not Trying to Sell You Sex'

Frank Ocean to GQ: ‘I’m Not Trying to Sell You Sex’

by Jamilah King on November 20 2012, 1:55PM

Frank Ocean wants you to get up out of his bedroom.

Topics: /NOW

Real Talk: What if Caster Semenya was White?

by Jorge Rivas on September 11 2009, 1:29PM

The results of the gender tests run on South African runner Caster Semenya are in, but the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) refused today to confirm or deny reports that Semenya has the biological make-up of an intersex…

Topics: Sports

Out of Wedlock: Queerness, Color and the Politics of Marriage

by Michelle Chen on August 11 2009, 11:47PM

When Washington declared war on “welfare as we know it” in the 1990s, it also embarked on a battle to save an age-old institution. Lawmakers coupled efforts to shrink public assistance with a campaign to promote marriage, in hopes…


Barack and Curtis: Manhood, Love and Respect

by Terry Keleher on October 15 2008, 8:40AM

A provocative new video compares and contrasts models of manhood presented by Barack Obama and 50 Cent. The convergence and complexities of race, gender, sexual orientation, culture and power are all here. How can Black masculinity be redefined and…


No, Movies Don’t Make Babies

by Jonathan Adams on June 19 2008, 2:38PM

Photo: Seng Chen TIME Magazine reports on the story of a pregnancy pact among teenage girls who promised they would all have babies and raise them together. As summer vacation begins, 17 girls at Gloucester High School are expecting…


Racist Fetishizations and “Chinese Laundry”

by Guest Columnist on March 18 2008, 2:44PM

by Samantha Erskine The National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF) is urging people to take action against racist marketing used to publicize a new Asian fusion restaurant owned by Chow Fun Food Group, Inc., in downtown Providence, Rhode Island….


From the Margins - A Look at the Intersection of Race, Gender & Sexuality

by Jonathan Adams on March 4 2008, 1:08PM

Panel Discussion: From the Margins - A Look at the Intersection of Race, Gender & Sexuality Date and Time: March 6, 2008 / 7:00 Eastern Drawing from the life and work of individuals such as Bayard Rustin and Huey…


Indian wedding fever.

by Samhita Mukhopadhyay on July 17 2007, 8:25PM

This picture is too much for me. Talk about the wedding industrial complex has been all over the place and I like it. But the conversation of race and culture has been left out of the larger discussion. How…


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