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A Woke Jawn’s Guide to Winning a Wet T-Shirt Contest.

WARNING: “Tiddy” “Tittay” and “Tittie” are used interchangeably throughout this text. The first time I had seen anything close to a Wet T-Shirt contest was on a late night Girls Gone Wild commercial. I was about 14 years old and still learning about my place in society as a woman. The women on TV seemed […]

PRIDE in Self Expression

Ideas pile up, turning into distant memories the longer they lay dormant. In the silent creases of night, cobwebs form on dreams that only hope to one day be brought to fruition. Have you ever felt like this before? As if everything you think about, everything you wish for just doesn’t seem to be coming […]

Community or Impunity? Oppressors in Queers-Clothing.

As most BIPOC people are aware, systematic discrimination continues to be a part of the very black, brown, and rainbow fabric of—wait for it—the LGBTQ community.  Racism and transphobia in the queer community?! Oh my! said no one. There’s no question the Trump era has exposed under-and-overlying bigotry or at least the undeniable apathy towards […]

Why WAP Makes ’em Mad.

TRIGGER WARNING: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE REFERENCES We live in a world where girls and women are still not safe—especially in their homes. Indeed, Tracy Chapman’s famous song, Behind The Wall, tells an all too familiar narrative of what happens when neighbors are long-term witnesses to domestic violence.  True, the neighbors in Tracy’s song, like everywhere else […]

#SelfLove, Its A Mental Flex.

How much do you love yourself? Such a simple question yet one we all have struggled with from time to time. Now that “self love” and “self care” have almost, and by almost I mean most definitely, become buzz words in many of our social circles, it is now far too easy to merely gloss […]

Past & Present: 20 Bad-Ass Black Womxn In TV History You Should Know.

Who are your favorite Womxn of Color in TV History? Taste ATL: The Series  is celebrating the womxn who have influenced us through television and media for Womxn’s History Month!  Let’s #breakthescreen and show off the magically melanated womxn who paved the way and continue to for Womxn of Color! 1. Lyshae Rollins. Lyshae Rollins (she/her) is […]

These Yummy Drag Kings are Sharing their “Brotherly Love.”

Ring in Spring with the kings! On March 20, Brotherly Love: An All-King Revue takes you on an hour long royal tour through Philadelphia and Puerto Rico. With doors at 7:45 pm pm EST and show from 8-9, join our hostess Yarï on Zoom as she features some of the finest fellas and non-binary artists […]

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