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Margaret Zox Brown’s oil paintings are reminiscent of the lushness and grandeur of spring. Think large canvases adorned with soft, sweeping colors and rounded edges. The Manhattan-based, born and raised […]
Existing In Between: Essays on Love, Trauma, Identity, Race and Intersectional Feminism CHAPTERS (1) Stranger Danger (Prologue) (2) My Life Is A Sitcom (3) One Love: Liberation Co-opted (4) […]
When it’s that time of month, women (and some who may not identify as women) are almost programmed to give up on life. We’ll curl up under the covers with […]
The Isis Nicole Magazine (or IN Magazine for short, named after its founder) is unabashedly colorful, vibrant and glittery, often spotlighting women of color: think Tumblr come to life. The […]
About a week ago, my dream girls/dream team Awkwafina and Margaret Cho released the anthem Asian women never knew they needed — a song and accompanying music video, “Green Tea.” […]
We live in a world where masculinity is both frail and toxic. Men are almost four times more likely than women to commit suicide and more than six million men […]