This idea of being allowed to exist as we are – to be comfortable in our skin – is revolutionary.
Are we not allowed community? Are we not allowed public spaces to fellowship and chat? It’s not just that I want somewhere to hang out or have friends. Having a bar, or any space, to commune with people of like experiences and identities is a source of validation and validation, for people who rarely find it, is like life blood.
What Pose really exposes to its audience is that though things have changed since the 80s, they have also (tragically) stayed the same.
I read this really dope piece on managing body dysphoria the other day. In an earlier post, I touched on … More
I’m sure y’all have seen the story by now. H&M UK decided to model a hoodie that read “Coolest monkey … More
I’ve had body issues my entire life really. Dare I even say: dysphoria. I’ve always been a thickum and I’ve … More
I wouldn’t be surprised if Donald Trump had a lil touch of dementia. He’s clearly stressed and I know he’s … More
Your boy Trump did it again and this time it hit home. If you didn’t know, I work at a … More
Listening to this recent mailbag episode of The Read has me thinking… In particular, the question called “Trump stole my … More