The following is an excerpt of an interview/conversation between myself and Ilayda Bakere, a young Black mixed race woman of
Nothing could make you less black. Or more black. There are no quantities to blackness. Your blackness makes you black
Fruit Produced and created by Issa Rae, Awkward Black Girl and Insecure, Fruit tells the story of X
I’m lying next to my boyfriend Head on his shoulder. I wonder what my hair feels like on his shoulder.
Image credit: Kathleen – Viviane Sassen I’ve been thinking about the cycle that black people have found ourselves in: oppression
Serendipity is a funny thing. Or is it coincidence? I started reading Slyvia Wynter’s essay ‘Unsettling the Coloniality of
We are Black Nothing can contain us We will spill out the edges Out into forever. This is
I generally do not refer to myself, or like others referring to me as ‘nigga’ or the other one, ‘nigger’.
It’s not quite what you think. Well… if you’re imagining a book length argument for why straight men who
I think a lot about black gestures. Or the transformation of a gesture into a black gesture. As I
In the run-up to the panel discussion Queer Bodies on February 15th, I was asked to devise a few questions