Category: poc

elierlick:

Dyke March, San Francisco 2018

queerability:

Image: a black man in a wheelchair on a city street.

Eddie Ndopu Is Ready, Willing and Able to Conquer Space

“I am a black, queer, feminist thinker. I move through this world as black, as queer, as disabled – but I also just want to live my best life. I don’t want to live in a world where my identity is visceral at every turn. But I exist in a world that doesn’t care about black people nor queer people – and definitely not people living with disabilities.”

queerability:

Image: a black man in a wheelchair on a city street.

Eddie Ndopu Is Ready, Willing and Able to Conquer Space

“I am a black, queer, feminist thinker. I move through this world as black, as queer, as disabled – but I also just want to live my best life. I don’t want to live in a world where my identity is visceral at every turn. But I exist in a world that doesn’t care about black people nor queer people – and definitely not people living with disabilities.”

Five Queer People on What ‘Femme’ Means to Them: undefined

“As a lesbian of color, what I need is a revolution.”

Barbra Smith