Before I Saw Butch-Femme Identity Represented on Screen, Minnie Bruce Pratt and Leslie Feinberg Inspired Me
This LGBTQ+ History Month, we're asking writers to reflect on a moment in queer pop culture history that has allowed them to experience queer liberation in their own lives.
How Sara Echeagaray Went From TikTok Star to Too Faced's Creative Director in Residence
For 21-year-old Sara Echeagaray, who boasts millions of TikTok followers, has a starring role in a Disney+ show, and is currently the creative director in residence for Too Faced cosmetics, fame initially seemed far removed from the small hometown she grew up in.
How "The Other Black Girl" Gets Racism in the Workplace Right — and Wrong
"The Other Black Girl," Hulu's new series based on the best-selling novel by Zakiya Dalila Harris, is an important addition to the streamer's arsenal as a show that centers on the hostile environments that Black women can face in the workplace.
Why Are Professional Athletes Still Being Penalized For Cannabis Use?
In April, the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) announced that US long jumper Tara Davis-Woodhall was stripped of her recent national indoor title and hit with a one-month suspension after a positive test for cannabis.
American Girl's 2022 Doll of the Year Has Arrived — and She Comes With a Little Sister!
American Girl must have known its fans could use a little extra joy this year, so when the toy company unveiled its 2022 Girl of the Year as Corinne Tan, a Chinese American kid from Aspen, CO, it also — for the very first time — introduced a new American Girl companion doll in the form of Corinne's little sister, Gwynn.
54 LGBTQ+ Movies Spanning Centuries and Genres
Whether you're in the mood for a thoughtful and serious drama, a fun and lighthearted comedy, or a documentary deep dive into real history, there are a ton of movies that focus on LGBTQ+ characters, storylines, experiences, and themes.