Women of Color who like Women of Color

This blog is for women of color interested in other women of color. This is a safe space for WOC and gender non-conforming POC. The primary point of this blog is for queer WOC to come together and share common interests that could perhaps lead to more. WOCWLWOC is a place to meet others like yourself, which may be difficult in your offline life. This blog operates much like GWLG, but current events and queer/feminist texts can also be shared, and it's highly encouraged. QTPOC are encouraged to submit as well.


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"Late Expectations"

A young woman struggles to come out. 

Feel free to check out our film and help us finish by supporting our fundraiser!

www.lateexpectationsfilm.com

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lezbhonest:

that girl who changes your world. 
submission by jelisaprice

lezbhonest:

that girl who changes your world. 

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jelisaprice
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queer-ink:

Queer Ink Publishing
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – FICTION & POETRY
THE QUEER MASCULINITY PROJECT
Will ‘real’ masculinity please stand up?
Editor: Rovel Sequiera
As queer folk, and allies, we’re constantly in conversation with gender and sexuality, engaging with and subverting various norms in our daily life. Thus, as Rohit Dasgupta writes, ‘Some masculinities are more honoured than others, whilst others such as homosexuality and queerness flatly stigmatized and marginalized.’ So while Merriam Webster’s dictionary cites hypermasculine, macho, boyish, hoydenish, tomboyish, butch as terms related to masculine and metrosexual, unmanly, metrosexual, effeminate, girlish, sissy, emasculated, impotent, neuter, weakened, androgynous as opposites, we know that the lines are never so clearly defined. What is ‘unmanly’ can also be celebrated as empowering and enabling.  We are attempting to understand how we, in India, understand, and view masculinity and are/aren’t masculine? Is masculinity the same as understood in north India as it is in the South? Is what is masculine the same in the Indian sub-continent as elsewhere? Does one become masculine on the day he/she comes of age or is one born with masculinity?So colour outside the lines, think outside the box of muscled men, and dominant fathers and join us in our project of queering masculinity. Submissions may depart from but are not limited to any of the cues provided here. We’ll know what we’re looking for when we see it – surprise us!Drop us a few lines, up to 1,000 words of your dreams/fantasy * (fiction) or of your experiences (non-fiction) of masculinity. You can also express yourself in poetry.
Details Here

queer-ink:

Queer Ink Publishing

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – FICTION & POETRY

THE QUEER MASCULINITY PROJECT

Will ‘real’ masculinity please stand up?

Editor: Rovel Sequiera

As queer folk, and allies, we’re constantly in conversation with gender and sexuality, engaging with and subverting various norms in our daily life. Thus, as Rohit Dasgupta writes, ‘Some masculinities are more honoured than others, whilst others such as homosexuality and queerness flatly stigmatized and marginalized.’ So while Merriam Webster’s dictionary cites hypermasculine, macho, boyish, hoydenish, tomboyish, butch as terms related to masculine and metrosexual, unmanly, metrosexual, effeminate, girlish, sissy, emasculated, impotent, neuter, weakened, androgynous as opposites, we know that the lines are never so clearly defined. What is ‘unmanly’ can also be celebrated as empowering and enabling.  

We are attempting to understand how we, in India, understand, and view masculinity and are/aren’t masculine? Is masculinity the same as understood in north India as it is in the South? Is what is masculine the same in the Indian sub-continent as elsewhere? Does one become masculine on the day he/she comes of age or is one born with masculinity?

So colour outside the lines, think outside the box of muscled men, and dominant fathers and join us in our project of queering masculinity. Submissions may depart from but are not limited to any of the cues provided here. We’ll know what we’re looking for when we see it – surprise us!

Drop us a few lines, up to 1,000 words of your dreams/fantasy * (fiction) or of your experiences (non-fiction) of masculinity. You can also express yourself in poetry.

Details Here

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harmonyinkpress:

Tuesday, September 23 is Bisexual Pride day.
To celebrate, we’re giving you 30% off all our books with a bisexual main character. This discount is good at both All Romance eBooks and Dreamspinner Press.
You can find a full list of our bisexual books here (complete with links to the sales pages on both DSP and ARe).

harmonyinkpress:

Tuesday, September 23 is Bisexual Pride day.

To celebrate, we’re giving you 30% off all our books with a bisexual main character. This discount is good at both All Romance eBooks and Dreamspinner Press.

You can find a full list of our bisexual books here (complete with links to the sales pages on both DSP and ARe).

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queerbookclub:

Queer books out in September 2014, Part 2 of 2
Yup, there were two many awesome LGBTQ books coming out this month to fit them all in one roundup. You can find part 1 here.
[image description: the covers of ten books, listed below.]

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Reblogged from queerbookclub

queerbookclub:

Queer books out in September 2014, Part 1 of 2
Yup, there were two many awesome LGBTQ books coming out this month to fit them all in one roundup. You can find part 2 here.
[image description: the covers of ten books, listed below.]

(via fuckyeahlesbianliterature)

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movedbyher:

Date night.  ♡

movedbyher:

Date night. ♡

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fuckyeaqueerwomenofcolor:

Myself (left) and my ridiculously beautiful girlfriend (right). VA, USA. 23. Find us here .. 

fuckyeaqueerwomenofcolor:

Myself (left) and my ridiculously beautiful girlfriend (right). VA, USA. 23. Find us here .. 

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announcing mob material!

hi!
a friend and i have been working hard together to start a new blog, and i’m excited to announce that it has launched!! it would be great if you could help promote us! (if not, we understand) 
the blog is called mobmaterial, and the point is to create a place that celebrates poc in counter culture/youth subcultures, which are spaces that usually represent only able-bodied, thin cis white people, thereby erasing the presence and contributions of poc. 
this is a space for all of us to gather, celebrate each other, and share inspiration/art. this is NOT a space for white people or cis-males! moreover, we want to help provide a platform for poc artists, especially those who are just starting out and want more exposure for their work. are you an artist? do you have short stories, spoken word, dance, art, etc that you want to share? this is the space for you!! please support us as we work to make this blog grow!
thank you guys!