As lawmakers attack LGBTQ+ youth, creators remain committed to telling stories for all ages.
Actors like Chella Man and Marquise Vilson are calling on Hollywood to more fully represent a community that has historically been ignored.
After a year that’s laid painfully bare inequities and oppressions that have always been there, the systemic change that’s at the core of rewriting love still feels far out of reach.
In her new book, ‘Saving Time: Discovering a Life Beyond the Clock,’ author Jenny Odell explores the clock as a tool of domination from the earliest days of global conquest and colonization to the modern-day work week which seeks to colonize our minds and attention spans, in search of a conception of time that isn’t painful—but rather, liberatory.
It took less than 48 hours from the moment Texas Governor Greg Abbott declared he wanted to “investigate” healthcare for trans children as “child abuse” for administrators to pull Nat Meetze’s child out of their high school classroom — and for Child Protective Services to show up in front of their home.
“My life took a dramatic shift, mostly from spaces of dysfunction into really strong community.”
In the dating show franchise’s 20-year history, there have only been two self-identified plus-sized contestants—and both went home on night one. This campaign is hoping to change that.
It’s a new year, which means a new legislative session in most states. But in at least one respect, 2023 won’t be much different than 2022: Republican lawmakers are once again taking aim at trans and queer rights, with bigotry-fueled legislative efforts that could have disastrous consequences for the community.
The Executive Director of the LGBTQ+ civil rights organization National Black Justice Coalition sat down with Them to explain the ramifications of the decision.
In a world where the meaning of “feminism” is increasingly being questioned by those on both the right and the left, thoughtful contemplative examinations of its history and future can be hard to find. But the Oakland Museum of California’s “Hella Feminist” exhibition does just that.
For Oakland-based collective We Are the Ones We’ve Been Waiting For, balls and parties double as mutual aid fundraisers for community self defense.
As students across the U.S. return to school this year, a slew of new laws, policies, and hostile attitudes have meant that queer and trans young people are walking into environments that seek to erase them.
When it comes to the director behind several of Japanese American indie artist Mitski’s most iconic music videos, Maegan Houang’s style is unmistakable.