Too often, trans characters are written as tortured heroes. We’re more complex than that
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Sisa Abu Daooh, a 64-year-old woman dressed as a man while polishing shoes in Luxor. Credit: Al-Arabiya Sisa Abu Daooh was just 21 and pregnant with a girl
A cartoonist reflects on the subtle racism of shifting skin tones in a Marvel comic
French street artist YZ has begun a striking new series of portraits in Senegal. The project title, Amazone, refers to the Dahomey Amazons, a group of Fon female warriors who fought for the Kingdom of Dahomey (present-day Republic of Benin) from the 17th
A suspicious package was nearly run over.
I didn’t think I would be able to cry on command. When my good friend, the poet and performance artist Jennifer Tamayo, invited me to an event called “CRYING; A PROTEST” at Dia: Beacon’s Carl Andre retrospective in honor of
What the data show about how we reconcile and where we draw the line.
Canadians have been mourning the death of Star Trek's Leonard Nimoy by transforming $5 notes into portraits of Spock — or "spocking" them. The practice of giving poor, old Wilfrid Laurier — who served as prime minister from 1896 to 1911