Since August 2013, Nia King, Terra Mikalson, and Jessica Glennon-Zukoff, have been working on turning Nia’s interviews with queer and trans artists of color into a book. The book will be available…
YOU WILL NOT SEE A CUTER (or more bootleg) VIDEO!!
Check it out: our Head Writer, Social Media’er, Communicator person Morgan Mo Willis, who is ALSO the Detroit feature for The Revival (hello!) and ALSO our main editor for Outside the XY is going to the Vermont Studio Center for a 4-week writing residency.
She needs coins, y’all. Support black, queer, gangsta-ass writing. Support dreams and shit. Support US. Leggggggo!
The Revival is coming!!
bklyn boihood has been a partner with Cereus Arts and the Revival from jump. We’re so proud of them on this final tour and can’t wait for MORGAN (MO) from bbh to tear Detroit’s Revival UP!
GET. INTO. THIS SPREAD.
holy shit, autostraddle. kilt it. brought us back to (love) life.
I’ve been waiting for someone to make this a gif
damn near 30 years ago and still relevant
Today’s Orders - I don’t know if you guys realize I make these by hand.
Signed, Sealed, Delivered with Love - Boi(s)
Check out this dazzling article in Outrage magazine, (The Philippines’ last LGBTQ publication) featuring Ryann Holmes, bbh creator.
“There was an absence (of us),” Ryann said to Outrage Magazine. “I couldn’t see anything (about us) in TV, in the movies, and even in the Internet.” And though, he admitted, there may have been some representations, “I still couldn’t relate to them.”
— Ryann talking about the OG purpose behind bklyn boihood.