The challenges of being a woman, a lesbian, and person of color in 2017 make safe spaces a crucial part of our development and sense of well-being.
A producer on the film, "Dear White People" shares his feelings on representation in Hollywood, and the microagressions aren't even half the story.
Feelings of safety and security are more than just matters of geography when your entire identity feels under siege.
Given the Trump Administration's statements and policy announcements that affect Black people, is a "seat at the table" even worth it?
When a person's culture, gender, and sexuality are all marginalized, it gives you a special kind of perspective.
We had to update this post twice because our trans sisters continued to meet tragedy, and that is the problem.
Gayborhoods are supposed to be safe spaces for all of us, but for Queer and Trans People of Color in The Castro of San Francisco, that may not always be the case.
Growing up gay and Asian forces you to confront the cruelty of stereotype, but confidence in who we are is that cruelty's perfect antidote.
Examining the Netflix series, "Dear White People" and Hollywood's penchant for protecting white feelings.