COVID-19

Many Deaf Women Aren’t Safer at Home

48 million deaf or hard of hearing people in the United States at risk of domestic violence during the lockdown.

World on Fire: As COVID-19 Spreads, So Do Stereotypes about the South

The rhetoric folks use when talking about the South has got to stop. Read more »

As Struggling Creatives Join Sex Work, What Do Long-Term Sex Workers Lose?

Even if they don’t practice sex work, many creatives tap into sexuality as an extension of self, exploring it in sculpture, photography, and performance. Read more »

Coronavirus Is Triggering Historical Trauma—and Real Life Consequences—for Native Americans

Like the rest of the world, Indian country is scared, and it has even more reason to be. Read more »

Doulas Gone Digital: How to Self-Advocate If You’re Forced to Labor without Support

A lack of support can feel scary for new parents and is especially unsettling for those who are marginalized. Read more »

Autistic and Disabled Folks Know about the Dangers of Bleach “Cures” Firsthand

It’s time for the public to listen to what autistic and disabled advocates have been saying for years. Read more »

Dinner Party for One: Cooking for Yourself in the Age of Social Distancing

Cookbooks are great, but they often aren’t taking into account that some of us are cooking for one. Read more »

World on Fire: Like Natural Disasters, Pandemics Reveal How Fragile Our Systems Are

The systems meant to protect us are floundering. Read more »

Beyond Retail Therapy: The Case Against Pandemic Shopping

With the sudden shift toward increased online shopping, there has been an unintended casualty—the United States Postal Service. Read more »

Contagion Is Not the Crisis: COVID-19 Is a Chance to Rethink Stereotypes About Immigrants

Nationalistic racism tells us that migrants infest, infect, and invade the homeland.  Read more »

Love No Limit: Can a Relationship Survive a Pandemic?

This pandemic will give us the space and opportunity to dig deep into the love, compassion, and care we have for our lovers and ourselves. Read more »

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