What we need as sex trafficking survivors is the creation of philosophies that are purely survivor-led and that begin with the telling of our own stories. By Laura LeMoon What you probably know about human trafficking is horseshit. Voltaire said, “If you
Sexuality is for everyone, because we all deserve to feel pleasure. It's long past time for sex education to make race part of the conversation. There are few times when I am not aware of my identity as I move through the
Jesse Williams isn’t the first (and won’t be the last) Black man to date non-Black women. But that’s also not necessarily the point. by Cameron Glover Jesse Williams and the #WokeBae collective: it’s high time that we have a talk. Of course, Jesse
Actor/Director Naveen Bhat On Being “Comfortable in a Body That Society has Encouraged You to Hate.”
Naveen Bhat: "The [body positive] movement tends to place white, able-bodied women at the forefront, which is not at all okay." https://www.instagram.com/p/BS99_geAW8Z/?taken-by=naveenieweenie If race is so entangled in body politics and body terrorism, why is body positivity barring it from the conversation?