sexuality in color

Sexuality in Color: Beyond MLK

You know about Martin Luther King, but do you know about the unsung heroes of the civil rights era, like Claudette Colvin and Bayard Rustin?

Sexuality in Color: On HIV/AIDS

In observance of World AIDS Day on December 1st, we take a look at what President Trump had to say (and chose not to say) about the impact of HIV on millions of Americans in his first proclamation and upate on the National HIV/AIDS Strategy.

Sexuality in Color: #MeToo

What would it take to end sexual violence? We ponder that question today, while thinking about the wise words of disability/sexual violence advocate Mia Mingus, whose interview discusses the #metoo movement and how intersectionality and transformative justice comprise the basis of her activism (and why yours should too!).

Sexuality in Color: Indigenous Rights and Resistance

Today's post is not about Thanksgiving, but rather, about the violence and colonialism that indigenous people (especially women and two-spirit folks) have been facing for hundreds of years. My gratitude is not for turkey, but for indigenous remembrance and resistance.

Sexuality in Color: The Foundations of Gynecology

We explore the dark history of the foundations of surgical gynecology and its "father", J. Marion Sims, inventor of the vaginal speculum, who performed experiments on enslaved women without anaesthesia in the mid-1800's, and learn about the ways in which the legacy of racism and sexualization towards black folks has persisted and developed to have a measurable effect on health outcomes.

Sexuality in Color: Forward Together

Today we take a look at Forward Together, an amazing comprehensive activist resource that fights for the rights, recognition, and resources for families everywhere (including non-nuclear families, weird families, anti-families, mamas, trans and gender nonconforming folks, and also mermaids).