This week, we're talking about the drag of drag, gender-affirming care for trans kids and the death of white feminism. Happy holidays!
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A mother of two founded a Black-owned Christmas shop so her sons would have better representation during the holiday season.
In her book “Heretic,” Kadlec chronicles her experience of getting divorced, leaving Christianity and finding a new, more queer, spiritual community.
Severe weather events have destroyed crops across the country.
If you need a drink or two to make it through the holidays, these eight bottles will do the trick.
Regardless of your holiday family gathering hesitations, you are worthy of love and of sharing the holidays with people that reciprocate that love to you and that might not always come from your given family. This year and every year you can decide who you spend the holidays with and it’s okay if this year that’s your chosen family.
Nancy Pelosi was the first female Speaker of the House, and her exit is historic, just as her ascension was. And to be abundantly clear, she did not hold onto her position for nearly two decades by virtue of anything less than a near-superhuman level of tenacity and dedication.
In today's bulletin: a breakdown of the Hallmark Channel drama, a look inside the anti-abortion playbook, and some thoughts on the evangelical vote in 2024
The labor movement is being revitalized by strikes at major organizations and businesses across the country as workers fight for a more significant say in the workplace.
For so long, our Black identity has been outlawed, tone policed and scrutinized. How are we celebrating our identities today?
Ballot initiatives in education, healthcare and the economy won approval, in what family and education advocates are calling state-level public policy wins.
Deforestation in the Amazon rainforest is occurring at record rates. If it continues, the U.S. would be at the mercy of drastic changes in weather.
Despite attempts to hype rising crime rates, most voters, including African Americans named economic issues as their top priority in the recent midterm election. Meanwhile, new data show that Black voters want less incarceration and more community safety.
A judge has ruled that the law cannot be enforced because two parts of the law “were plainly unconstitutional when drafted, voted upon, and enacted.”