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Who Controls Your Stomach?

I think this was his way to tell me that in my life, there were people who would try to control my stomach, my Black body. I have been taught that we, as Black people, reflect and realize what destiny is and how people in power can never take that away.

  • 03/28/2022
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April 2022: In the News

LGBTQ+ rights, conversion therapy ban, MMIR director, documentary about women entrepreneurs

  • 03/28/2022
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Lucina Kayee: The Stories of Foster Youth

No child should ever feel like they have to hide who they are.

  • 11/30/2021
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Undoing Heterotemporality

In a heteronormative, capitalist society, there is an expected sequence of life events that form the human experience.

  • 08/25/2021
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Queer Health & Relational Healing

The sex education that youth are typically taught in schools is not comprehensive. It often focuses on abstinence only, which

  • 05/25/2021
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Judie Junkie Blues: Conclusion

This is the ending section of a short story related to a surveillance society, as part of our exploration of fiction and poetry at womenspress.com

  • 02/13/2021
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A PenPal Zine for Rural Queers

I was shocked because I had never seen my state in any sort of queer history. Since then, I strive to bring forward the visibility of rural queer people.

  • 01/21/2021
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Transplanar Role-Playing Game

This winter, Springboard for the Arts launched Artists Respond: Combating Social Isolation. With support from Springboard through funding from the

  • 01/21/2021
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VIEW: Ellie Krug, “Trash”

I spent several hours reading the notecards and remembering what it was like to be loved unconditionally.

  • 01/10/2021
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VIEW: Suzann Willhite, “Seeking Equality”

“Women’s issues” have not been adequately funded or supported since the founding of this country.

  • 01/02/2021
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Judie Junkie Blues, part 2

We continue our series of sci-fi installments from local author Stephani Maari Booker. “Judie Junkie Blues” is appearing in three monthly installments. Find Part 1 here.

  • 12/23/2020
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Claire Avitabile: Making Space for Queer Theatre

“There are so many queer artists and so many trans artists who found a home in 20%, myself included.”

  • 11/25/2020