No Ordinary Love: Sonya Renee Taylor Wants You To Stop Apologizing For Your Body

Radical self-love is inherently interdependent and immovable. It just is.

Revolution In Romance: Jasmine Guillory Gives Black Women the Book We’ve Been Waiting For

Jasmine Guillory might be the author who revitalizes romance novels. Read more »

Writing for Black Women: Ijeoma Oluo Is Still Speaking Truth to Power

Everyday, no matter what I write, I’m still writing for Black women, more than anyone else. Read more »

Plastic Pleasure: Hallie Lieberman On the Liberating Future of Sex Toys

Acceptance of sex toys is not necessarily an acceptance of women’s masturbation. Read more »

We’re Still Here: Debbie Reese On Native People Telling Their Own Stories

Knowing one’s community also means intimate knowledge of issues that impact us. Read more »

Setting the Stories Free: M. Evelina Galang On Honoring Philippine “Comfort Women”

Lola’s House will stay with you forever. Read more »

Refusing Colonialism: Leanne Betasamosake Simpson’s New Book Highlights Indigenous Resistance

Her writing lovingly embraces Indigenous peoples histories and brilliance. Read more »

Death Becomes Her: Caitlin Doughty Traveled the World to Find the Best Death Rituals

Thinking about death isn’t as bad as it seems. Read more »

Tananarive Due on Octavia Butler, “Get Out,” and the Future of Black Horror

She’s teaching one of UCLA’s most anticipated classes. Read more »

Ariell Johnson Is Taking the Comic Book World by Storm

Making history, one Marvel cover at a time. Read more »

Magdalene Vissagio Is Shaking Up the Comic Book World

The trans creator is making moves at DC and Marvel. Read more »

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