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Throughout the 20th century, as women's place in society and the home changed, so too did the gendered architecture of our homes.
Lawyer and baker Hajra Khan uses her edible creations to honor her Muslim heritage and fill the lack of cultural holiday treats.
Facebook group and nonprofit organization Bad Bettie Project works to foster community connection and mutual aid among members.
Women in comics put to page what they want to see, whom they want to represent them, as they have since the start of the industry.
Unlike antiquated clothing sizes, the challenges faced by trans people are not uniform. But, the path to gender euphoria can be cracked with the right guide.
Queer characters and creators have been in comic books for decades. The characters have been an important part of self-exploration for many.
With the use of "hubs" to break up attendees, PrideFest emerged out of its 2020 virtual form into a hybrid setting.
Grace Clark took some time during the pandemic to reflect on the racism she's faced in the bluegrass scene. Now she's focused on changing it.
The Chrysalis House hosted a community cookout and cabaret show centering Black queer artists to celebrate Juneteenth 2021.
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