Discover Peoria had only removed the video featuring a Black trans artist... Despite assurances otherwise, they understood the removal to be an act of erasure, not a simple mistake.
"Rarely do we get to simply live our lives, to be taken for granted. Our existence in the world has to be extraordinary, and we lose our mundanity and so much of our humanness in this process."
Experiencing Danielle Mužina’s paintings at MadKat beside the river and the train tracks in Elizabeth was one of the first times I felt women were the subject of the sentence.
A conversation with Z. Zane McNeill, editor of 'Y'All Means All.'
On photographing non-binary community members in the Midwest and Rust Belt.
Notes on living and moving as an out queer person in the Rust Belt.
Davis, who died last month at the age of eighty, dedicated her life to LGBTQ+ history in Buffalo.
An excerpt from "The Youngstown Anthology," Second Edition.
"Just a few minutes of vacation from my straight life; then back in the car."
An elegy for a wounded place.
Queer Midwestern communities were politically active in the pivotal years leading up to Stonewall.