Gender & Sexuality
by Von Diaz on November 19 2013, 1:36PM
Cho talks about her intersectional identity as a queer woman of color, and how she was impacted by the AIDS crisis in San Francisco.
by Von Diaz on November 15 2013, 11:49AM
A new film directed by Frances Negrón-Muntaner tells the story the activists who made the 2012 Transgender Equal Rights Bill possible.
by Von Diaz on November 13 2013, 12:41PM
This new film follows five queer women of color on a nationwide poetry tour. Coming soon!
by Von Diaz on November 12 2013, 4:37PM
Despite public outcry, parade organizers voted Monday to block LGBT groups from walking in the 2014 parade.
by Von Diaz on October 30 2013, 7:00AM
Thirty five years after affirmative action, the number of women in construction remains flat. A travelling exhbition about the field’s sexism, racism—and physical danger—points to why those numbers remain so low.
by Akiba Solomon on October 28 2013, 4:37PM
Provision that would required abortion providers to have hospital admitting privileges is found unconstitutional
by Akiba Solomon on October 7 2013, 2:18PM
A new anthology of personal essays seeks to expand dialogue about African-American fatherhood
by Jamilah King on October 3 2013, 2:35PM
And even though everyone already knew, it’s still a big deal.
by Akiba Solomon on October 1 2013, 1:28PM
In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month activists enlist men to write 31 letters to the mother who was jailed for firing a warning shot during an altercation with her abusive husband
by Jamilah King on September 30 2013, 1:29PM
But they need your help.
by Aura Bogado on September 26 2013, 1:43PM
Her work continues to influence students, academics, writers and activists.
Immigration lawyers are gearing up to fight for their LGBT clients applying for marriage-based immigration visas. They say fears about being outed could stop some from applying.