Monthly Archives: May 2014

Bitch Bad – Angel Haze

Feminist spin off of Lupe Fiasco’s song. Damn.


“Masculinity vs. ‘Misogylinity’: what Asian Americans can learn from the UCSB shooting””

“Masculinity vs. ‘Misogylinity’: what Asian Americans can learn from the UCSB shooting””

Originally from Asian-American empowerment website ReAppropriate. Kudos to Hyphen magazine for sharing this so I could find it. #Yesallwomen 

Asians on the Map – Honey Cocaine

This is Gold. Asian pride (especially when it slows down and honey plus the guy starts talking). We golden.

25 Women To Know: Advocates For LGBT & Women’s Rights



MayaRupertMaya Rupert is a federal policy director at the National Center for Lesbian Rights. Prior to joining NCLR, she was an associate with Sidley Austin LLP’s Los Angeles office but eagerly sought after the chance to work with NCLR when the position came her way in 2010.

“My work for the LGBT community came from my sister and wanting to do something that would be meaningful and impact a number of lives, hers included,” Rupert tells Hello Beautiful.

Four years later, Rupert is proud of the work she has been doing to reduce housing discrimination based on sexual orientation and sexual identity, closing the gap in health disparities and working toward equal opportunity access to basic human rights for LGBT people.

“The question that NCLR always asks is who’s being left out of the conversation, so this is an organization that’s specifically being active about being proactive for…

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5 Myths about China debunked by former Australian PM Kevin Rudd

Well spoken.

Are US universities choosing rich Chinese students over Asian Americans?

interesting read.

On being Queer and Filipino in the LGBTQ community

On being Queer and Filipino in the LGBTQ community

Originally from the Huffington Post, written by JR Tungol. It sheds some light on what it means to be queer and asian, specifically filipino and what it means in a largely white queer community. 

Champaign-Urbana Radical Reading Group

A monthly books and music club for people with an anti-authoritarian/anti-capitalist perspective. "Revolutions can, and often have, begun with reading." -Arundhati Roy

The Nerds of Color

Pop Culture with a Different Perspective


Los Angeles News and Video for Southern California


Current & Breaking News | National & World Updates

Love Harder

Women of Color Working It Out

The Crunk Feminist Collective

Where Crunk Meets Conscious and Feminism Meets Cool

andrea smith's blog

The 18 year plan to end global oppression

Spark: A Creative Anthology

Spark is a quarterly anthology accepting Poetry, Flash Fiction, Short Stories, and Creative Non-Fiction. We encourage both established and emerging talent.

Mission Bible Class

Free resources for sharing God's Word with children

curiosity in style

a fashion + lifestyle blog for the inquisitive late bloomers

Blooming Lotus

Journey to Recovery from Childhood Abuse

The Invisible Scar

raising awareness of emotional child abuse, its effects on adult survivors & the power of words on children

The Belle Jar

"Let me live, love and say it well in good sentences." - Sylvia Plath

Thought Catalog

Thought Catalog is a digital youth culture magazine dedicated to your stories and ideas.


Celebrity News & Style for Black Women

Bug Gwen

Entomology. Ranting. Nerdery.