BoJack could easily be replaced with a number of men who are continually allowed to be violent as a mechanism for “healing” regardless of who they hurt. TW/CW: This essay contains discussions of drug and alcohol addiction By Gloria Oladipo The T.V.
Hot Girl Summer is a body-positive call to be proud of the skin you’re in and live your best life, a movement rooted in unapologetic confidence. By Alie Jones Megan Thee Stallion’s Hot Girl Summer has been deeply misinterpreted by her loving
The voices of Dalit feminists are often unrepresented and contradictory to the needs of mainstream feminists. By Jhilam Gangopadhyay TW: this article contains mentions of sexual assault For generations, the feminist movement has primarily represented privileged white women while the oppression of
We are creating Black women who may recognize their physical appeal, but don’t know how to embrace it because they feel like they are not allowed to. By Gloria Alamrew Black women are sexy. I have been in awe of Black
Seeing Black disabled people affirming their identities, practicing radical transparency, gives me permission to move in my full selfhood. By Aurielle Marie “I’m curating a show for disabled poets, and I think you should feature,” read the message from my friend and