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We’ve opened the event on sexually transmitted infections (by Dept. of Public Health staff) to the public TOMORROW! It’s at 5pm, it’s free, and please come and pass it on to anyone who would be interested.
And don’t forget the Eros Evolving conference in Piedmont next Saturday; the How to Lose Your Virginity film screening at CSC that night; a night with our friends at Kotango; Perverts Put Out, and way more! Please come see us.
Flawless Trans Women Carmen Carrera and Laverne Cox Respond Flawlessly To Katie Couric’s Invasive Questions
On Monday, transgender model Carmen Carrera and Orange is the New Black actress Laverne Coxmade a…
I love Laverne Cox. Love her.
I love how Kaylee is the one they treat like she’s innocent and then she says stuff like this all matter-of-factly. Best ever. <3
I’ll always love how sweetly Kaylee is open about her sexuality. Makes it seem more like a good future to be heading towards.
It was my friend’s mom’s birthday yesterday. Both our moms are single parents and I started thinking about how strong they had to be for us. Then I started thinking about women of color in general. Being a PoC ain’t a walk in the park by itself, but add being a woman in a patriarchal society? Nahhh. I can’t imagine how hard it must be for women of color. AND THEN people have the nerve to call em out on being hard and growing a thick skin, telling them to smile and be happy n’ shit. Fuck outta here. Women that face all that bull and STILL manage to come out on top amaze me.
These thoughts inspired this piece. A black Wonder Woman.
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