The way the media represents these menstruation practices is crucial. There are myriad practices and, for some, they hold the key to healing from ongoing colonial violence.
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So predictable to suspect Black queer men for "provoking" violence against them. But here we are—with much of Twitter speculating he's lying about a hookup gone awry.
Sex writers from different backgrounds are saying that communities of color deserve pleasure, not just prevention.
We have to make communities safe for Black girls and women, but we don’t have to take away their agency because history has denied them victim status.
And in Maryland, state Republicans introduced not one, but three, so-called heartbeat bans.