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Talking to Black Nerds About What This 'Black Panther' Film Means to Them

"These are African people who haven’t had their identity tarnished by colonisation. This is a movie that we need."
Noel Ransome
2.13.18
Culture
Culture

People of Colour Talk About the Times They ‘Code Switched’

“Acting white” can be a survival strategy, but it also comes with a lot of baggage.
Moses Monterroza
8.17.17
Views My Own
Views My Own

Being in a Wheelchair Makes Me Stand Out In a World That Craves Sameness

And I'm fine with that.
Grace Stratton
8.9.17
Identity
Identity

Why It Sucks to Be Asked Where You're From When You're in Your Own Country

We spoke to Leilani Momoisea about starting a podcast that puts the often uncomfortable question to prominent non-white New Zealanders.
Hussein Moses
7.3.17
Sex
Sex

People Tell Us About Their First Experience With Non-Monogamous Sex

“I was willing to take one for the team. Although I had no idea how much I was going to have to take.”
Jesse Donaldson
6.29.17
Stuff
Stuff

What It’s Like to Tell Your Friends and Family You’re Polyamorous

“It was basically like I'd said: ‘Mum, I have to tell you something. I eat chairs.’”
Jesse Donaldson
5.14.17
Culture
Culture

'Extreme Ghostbusters': When the Franchise Gave a Shit About Me

A look into how the 1997 animated cartoon did diversity the right way.
Noel Ransome
5.8.17
Home Coming
Home Coming

Home Coming: Dartford

An intimate tour of one writer's hometown, one uncomfortable memory at a time.
Hussein Kesvani
5.8.17
sex work
sex work

What It’s Like to Be a Genderfluid Sex Worker

Jane Way tells us about being cast in cis female porn roles, how they deal with misgendering from clients and the frustration of fluidity.
Jane Way
4.13.17
Judaism
Judaism

Trump, Trolls and Rediscovering My Jewish Identity

How the resurgence of anti-Semitism made me confront my complicated history with Judaism.
Eve Peyser
3.23.17
LGBTQ
LGBTQ

How Trump's America Has Changed the Way I Wear My Identities

As a gender nonconforming, queer immigrant and Muslim, I'm constantly shuffling the identities I expose. But whether I'm wearing a hijab or a snapback, there's nowhere to hide anymore.
Lamya H
3.22.17
Photos
Photos

Meet the Fantastic Freaks of Photographer Parker Day's Subconscious

We caught up with the surrealist photographer in advance of her new show, 'Icons.'
Nick Gazin
3.4.17