While Black folks are being beaten, tear-gassed, and arrested en masse right now for protesting—risking our lives in more ways than one—white people are posting
In Georgia, stay-at-home orders are quickly coming to an end, but the conditions which led us to being quarantined are not. Governor Kemp recently signed an executive order to reopen a number of businesses in Georgia. In that executive order, he
I’m learning to acknowledge the love that I still feel for my mom, even if it is technically in conflict with my palpable resentment of her. TW/CW: this essay discusses family trauma and mentions emotional and physical abuse. May is an extremely
There is a whole world of possibility to be found in queerplatonic relationships. We do not have to, nor should we, stifle ourselves or our capacity for variant, multifaceted expressions of love. By Sherronda J. Brown Throughout my life, many things and
I used to believe that displaying any kind of vulnerability—particularly love, which I believe to be the pinnacle of radical softness—meant getting hurt. By Clarkisha Kent Trauma has made me a cold bitch. There are no ifs, ands, or buts about it.