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Jun 11 2019
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FX’s <i>Pose</i> Is Not Only Entertaining, But Saving Lives—One Episode at a Time

When I was a wee, young, gay whippersnapper, I didn’t have any representation of myself on television. With this lack of being seen, I instead found myself in the various black women that paraded themselves ever so elegantly across my screens. These women showed me the power of resilience and strength, but there was

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The Bitter, the Sweet, and the Book: Beyoncé’s Seminal Work Enters the Literary Canon With <i>The Lemonade Reader</i>

In the three years since Beyoncé seamlessly merged black feminism and pop culture with the release of Lemonade, much has been said—and written—about the impact of her semi-autobiographical visual album, which traced a direct lineage from ancient African religion and folklore to Gullah culture to New Orleans’ “bounce”

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Underneath It All: Rihanna Reveals Her ‘Shy’ Side, Says She Wants to Be a Mother ‘More Than Anything’

No, she hasn’t given a release date on that new album; yes, she still gets nervous going to award shows; and the first thing she does every morning is pray, with the help of a daily devotional. But if you even casually hang out on social media, all of that was likely eclipsed yesterday by Rihanna showing up on the

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