Black and brown people prioritizing our joy, pleasure, and mutual and self-care isn’t just revolutionary in itself, it’s also a key part of the infrastructure of resistance. Exploring how sex positivity embodies and intersects with liberation and self-determination, this series features a diverse body of work from LGBTQI+ educuators, artists, and other culture workers of color, highlighting the many ways sex positivity impacts and informs their distinctive work.
This explainer, featuring original illustrations by visual artist Zahira Kelly, breaks it down.
The one-of-a-kind feminist podcast draws on the hosts’ backgrounds in sex education and organizing.
Alter ego ‘Bitter Fag’ shows up when white supremacy, anti-blackness, homophobia, and transphobia arise.
Female, queer, POC, and other marginalized voices have begun to re-envision what porn can look like.
Come for the glitter and nudity, but stay for the political action.
LGBTQI sex educators of color are using social media to help educate the masses.
Ridiculous outfits, bright colors, and good food—Schalk shares why pleasure and joy matter.