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The season finale of Pose airs tonight and I can’t wait to watch it! Here’s a conversation between Mj Rodriguez, Indya Moore, Dominique Jackson, and Janet Mock for Out Magazine. And there’s also this piece for Them about the show’s representation of Black gay love. Go for the pictures, stay for the content!

When it comes to healthcare, transphobia persists.

Trans women talk about being fetishized by cis men.

Alicia Elliott calls on literary festivals to do better for Black, Indigenous and writers of colour.

Do’s and Don’ts of bystander intervention

An essay from Billy-Ray Belcourt on the ways non-natives misread the work of Indigenous authors.

I was wondering and I’m sure you are too: why Cher chose to play Meryl Streep’s mother in the Mama Mia sequel.

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