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A Quick History of TV’s Elusive Quest for Complex Black Lesbians

Characters are being given more complexity onscreen, as they are offered the chance to explore their queerness in ways typically reserved for white queer women.

Intergenerational Trauma: #JewsAgainstICE Are Saying “Never Again” in the Face of Crisis

As a Jew committed to creating a different world, I know that it is our duty to prevent future generations from carrying state-inflicted trauma.

Very Online: Why Does the Internet Keep Trying to Sell Us Bullshit Vaginal Healthcare?

At the very least, social media platforms can make it more difficult for harmful healthcare products to gain massive followings.

Beyond Hashtags: 7 Steps for Fighting the Alt-Right

It’s more important than ever that we stand up together to fight fascism.

Close to Home: Donna Freitas on the Stalking Professor Who Irrevocably Changed Her Life

“It’s just a relief not to be alone with it anymore.”

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Cops Mace Queer Protesters at Boston Straight Pride

Boston Straight Pride is linked with white supremacy, but sure, queer protesters are the real problem.

School Is In: Beyond the Feminist Classroom

Feminist pedagogy alone is inadequate to the barriers facing women, people of color, and queer people in institutions of higher education.

“Four Weddings” Is Still a Pop Culture Starting Point for Sign Language

It helps not to think of a signed language, a written language, and a spoken one as being in any way connected to each other at all, but to recognize them as distinct, each one a living, breathing entity.

Trust Fail: Is Public Service Loan Forgiveness Too Good to Be True?

Out of 28,000 graduates who completed the program and sought loan forgiveness, only 96 received it.

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