Why Seeing Yourself Represented on Screen Is So Important
"Black Panther" has been hailed as a model success story for depicting diversity on screen. According to past research, the representation of minority groups in mass media has a powerful educational impact on audiences.
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The 17-year-old, who currently lives with his grandparents, was told by medical professionals that he should start hormone therapy as soon as possible as part of his treatment for gender dysphoria.
Making Art as Immigrant Black Women in America
Precious Okoyomon and Phoebe Collings-James sit down to discuss their work, locating a sense of home, and how male bees are useless.
Queer Girls Are 95 Percent More Likely to Be Punished at School Than Straight Girls, Study Finds
A new study examines the differences in school discipline for queer and straight students. While the study is not representative of the entire US population, it gives some new insight into the educational experience of queer girls today.
Why Today's Teens Are More Likely Than Ever to Be Gender Nonconforming
"We finally have the tools to describe ourselves in our own way.”
Gay Conversion Therapy Is Still Legal in 41 States
According to a new report, tens of thousands of teens will undergo the discredited practice before turning 18.
2017's Breakout Artists Brought Marginalized Identity to the Fore
Working with in a vast array of mediums—including hundreds of FBI files and 200 gallons of urine—these artists emphasized that the personal is political.
27 Percent of California Teens Are Gender Nonconforming
A new study of California youth found that more than one in four teens say their classmates view them as resisting dominant forms of gender expression.
Future 'Digisexuals' Will Face Discrimination for Fucking Robots, Professors Warn
Broadly spoke with the two authors of a new report on "digisexualities" about how technology can impact sexual identity—and why individuals with technologically-based sexual identities may face prejudice in the future.
Doxxing White Supremacists Is Making Them Terrified
“It’s hard to get a job, hard to make a living, hard to have a normal social life when all your friends and family know you believe in ethnic cleansing.”
How Young Asian Makeup Artists Are Challenging Beauty Industry Norms
"The mark of progress is to have makeup people and makeup products that want to accentuate Asian features—not make Asian women look white."
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