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How Misogynoir Shows Up In Our Lives: A Wear Your Voice Reading List

Properly addressing misogynoir requires the dismantling of both patriarchy and white supremacy, as well as uprooting capitalism and colonialist thought.  Our politic at Wear Your Voice has always been and will forever be rooted in an intersectional feminism because we recognize that the liberation of assigned, assumed, and affirmed Black womxn is imperative to the...

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A WEAR YOUR VOICE MANIFESTO: Our Feminism, Our Politic, Our Liberation

Wear Your Voice is not defined by cisheteronormative, white supremacist, capitalist, and carceral bastardizations of feminism. This manifesto is who we are. TW/CW: contains mentions of sexualized violence and assault, military and police violence, chattel slavery, mass incarceration, and white supremacy. Wear Your Voice is a digital magazine for and by LGBTQIA+ Black, Indigenous, and...

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Earth Day: A Wear Your Voice Reading List

BIPOC are at the forefront of fighting to save our lives, land, and resources from the devastation of colonialism. Here is our Earth Day reading list. Earth Day is often used as an opportunity to place the weight of the Earth’s rapidly changing climate on individuals. If we recycle and do beach clean-ups and water...

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White Supremacist Protesters Across The Nation Want One Thing: Death

BIPOC are dying at disproportionate rates despite shutdowns and it’s clear why white supremacists want to reverse stay-at-home orders. They want us dead. By Lara Witt and Sherronda J. Brown Decked out in their ugliest American flag-themed outfits, right-wing, conservative, libertarian, fascist, white supremacist, white nationalist, and nazi protesters have gathered in different state capitols...

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Minority Health Month: A Wear Your Voice Reading List

For Minority Health Month our reading list illustrates how settler-colonialism is an ongoing project dependent on ensuring that health inequities affecting BIPOC continue to thrive. April is National Minority Health Month. Like many different iterations of white supremacy and systemic oppression, “good health” is discussed in ways that put the onus of health on the...

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Black Women’s History Month: A Wear Your Voice Reading List

Black women’s history month celebrates the fact that Black women are at the forefront of creating work that liberates, entertains, heals, and educates. Black women have often lent so much of their talent, brilliance, and effort to movements and moments most often historicized as male-dominated—thus leading to the rapid erasure of their works and the...

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Beyond The Dick Pic: A Guide To Taking Artful Nudes

Taking nudes allows you to explore your body; to fall in love with what you see reflected on the other side of the flash; to see your body in ecstasy. By Sherronda J. Brown, Lara Witt, and Da’Shaun Harrison Humans have appreciated nude art for centuries, as well as nude photography and recordings for as...