The very same forces that seek to police, restrict, and erase the identity of trans folks has served as a catalyst for some of the finest moments in history when Black trans women rose against the tide.
Curtis Holder cannot recall a time when he did not draw. His earliest memory is of sketching a house that looked nothing like the other houses drawn by his primary school classmates.
Author, poet and activist Claude McKay (1890-1948) is arguably the leading figure of the Harlem Renaissance Movement.
A Twitter storm has called author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie a con artist for her defence of JK Rowling's anti-trans essay. “Everyone knows the feminist movement here [in Nigeria] stands in solidarity with the LGBTQ community.”
In a historic first, Black, openly gay activist Reverend Darrell Goodwin is elected to a senior leadership role in the United Church of Christ.
A few courageous gay men and women have defied the status quo in Africa and made a significant name for themselves in the broader LGBT community.
We caught up with Chike Frankie Edozien to find out what motivates a gay Nigerian author and other questions to inspire the readers and writers among you.
Toni Morrison took the ugliest or most paradoxical truths and rendered them hauntingly beautiful, simply (not so simply!) by telling stories.