This is not progress.
2016 was one hell of a mess.
In support of Ellen Oh’s #WeNeedDiverseBooks campaign, we wanted to share our own diverse library of books covering deeply personal and challenging topics like racism, sexuality, bullying, and more from our own LGBTQ writers and writers of color.
It was the epiphany that for once in my life, I was not the top of the food chain.
A rape accusation cannot, by definition be false. If a woman feels that she has been raped in whatever way, she has been raped. End of story.
As is frequently the case with male victims of rape, male victims of domestic abuse are often told it’s “not that bad” or that they “must be ok with it”; after all, they could always defend themselves against the “little lady,” right?
25. Men often say that they like the natural look on a woman, but they’re dirty f*cking liars.
Looking for a new book to pick up? Here’s what everyone else is reading in 2018.
We all go at our own speed. Labeled or unlabeled, Demi Lovato is important to queer people everywhere and we will not stand for anyone (straight or gay) to tell her otherwise.
The adage “believe women” isn’t just about sexual assault: It’s about women’s condition, experiences, and the broad subversion of our voices within the patriarchy.