We Need More QPOC, Polyamorous, Relationship Therapists. That’s it. That’s the Headline.

QUESTION: What do you get when you have a sudden explosion of and peaked interest in Polyamorous content caused by the loosening of traditional patriarchal relationship standards? ANSWER: A void. A Black one to be exact. All “polyamory is a white thing” jokes aside, the lack of qualified BIPOC therapists who specialize in working withContinue reading “We Need More QPOC, Polyamorous, Relationship Therapists. That’s it. That’s the Headline.”

QPOC Immaculata University Student Calls out Absence of LGBTQ Representation During Campus’ First “International Pronoun Day” Activities: Faces Backlash.

Immaculata University student calls out absence of LGBTQ representation during first “International Pronoun Day” activities and faces backlash from school administration.” Watch the Facebook LIVE interview to get the exclusive story from the student who came forward. Donate to Si’s Legal Aid and Housing Fund via: Cashapp $si2021, Venmo: sisi2021 or GoFundMe.

A Woke Jawn’s Guide to Winning a Wet T-Shirt Contest.

WARNING: “Tiddy” “Tittay” and “Tittie” are used interchangeably throughout this text. The first time I had seen anything close to a Wet T-Shirt contest was on a late night Girls Gone Wild commercial. I was about 14 years old and still learning about my place in society as a woman. The women on TV seemedContinue reading “A Woke Jawn’s Guide to Winning a Wet T-Shirt Contest.”

Community or Impunity? Oppressors in Queers-Clothing.

As most BIPOC people are aware, systematic discrimination continues to be a part of the very black, brown, and rainbow fabric of—wait for it—the LGBTQ community.  Racism and transphobia in the queer community?! Oh my! said no one. There’s no question the Trump era has exposed under-and-overlying bigotry or at least the undeniable apathy towardsContinue reading “Community or Impunity? Oppressors in Queers-Clothing.”

Past & Present: 20 Bad-Ass Black Womxn In TV History You Should Know.

Who are your favorite Womxn of Color in TV History? Taste ATL: The Series  is celebrating the womxn who have influenced us through television and media for Womxn’s History Month!  Let’s #breakthescreen and show off the magically melanated womxn who paved the way and continue to for Womxn of Color! 1. Lyshae Rollins. Lyshae Rollins (she/her) isContinue reading “Past & Present: 20 Bad-Ass Black Womxn In TV History You Should Know.”

From Military Vet to Dressing Beyonce for Black is King. The Power of Black Manifestation.

A year ago, I was fucking around on my business instagram account, posting ridiculous memes and thirst traps (not my own) for my followers to love me or hate me for. It’s usually a combination of both. On that particular day I had come across some proper eye candy (ahem, Timeekah Murphy aka “Murph”) andContinue reading “From Military Vet to Dressing Beyonce for Black is King. The Power of Black Manifestation.”

No You Can’t Sit With Us. A Dick-head’ s Guide to not Entering Space You Weren’t Invited Into.

It happens every day. Womxn everywhere put themselves at risk during breakfasts, brunches, evening cocktails, and well—fuck it lunch-hour pick-me-ups. The crime? Unwanted figures who seem to abide by the famous “This table is half-empty” philosophy. The culprit? Vacant seats at your table that unbeknownst to us are silently screaming: “Please interrupt me and myContinue reading “No You Can’t Sit With Us. A Dick-head’ s Guide to not Entering Space You Weren’t Invited Into.”

Black is the New Boudoir.

It’s time to strip. It’s time to unravel, layer by layer, hundreds of years of institutionalized self-scrutiny, perverse concepts of one’s physical self, and the idea that we as people of color (POC) should strive to maintain our “decency” by way of not celebrating or exposing our bodies. Historically, POC have been hyper-sexualized in mainstream mediaContinue reading “Black is the New Boudoir.”