Sarah Prager

February 24, 2022
gladys bentley, ethel waters, alain locke, and alice dunbar nelson

10 Queer Figures of the Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance was a time marked by an explosion of Black cultural and intellectual contributions and collaborations and many of them were created by Black LGBTQ+ creatives. These 10 people were part of the Harlem Renaissance as Black poets, singers, writers, or other artists and were also gay, lesbian, or bisexual.
February 18, 2022
Law and Order Organized Crime

New Report: Lesbian TV Characters at a Record-Breaking High Number

Lesbian representation on TV is at all-time high. In a report released February 17, LGBTQ+ media nonprofit GLAAD said that lesbian characters on TV shows represented the majority of LGBTQ+ characters for the first time ever — 40 percent.
January 27, 2022
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The Black Triangle: What Happened to Queer Women During the Holocaust?

On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, every group who was persecuted […]
January 5, 2022
Jessica Darrow

We’re All Obsessed with Luisa from Encanto… Did Her Voice Actress Just Come Out?

So I’ve been watching Disney’s Encanto literally multiple times a […]