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What Is A Woman?
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Fatima Jamal on “When The Image Speaks Back” : Spectrum Volume II
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“Toot, Boot, Shoot”: Critiquing Trans and Non-Binary Characters in Entertainment
You know a show is a good show when there’s the show, a show within the show, an after-show, a show critiquing the show, and a number of spin-offs that diversify, classify,…
In Conversation with Pose and T4Short Producer Jonovia Chase
Jonovia Chase likes being in the front seat.  Best known for FX’s hit Pose, Chase’s work on the Emmy Award-winning drama is a culmination of over a decade of activity in New…
“Sort Of” And On-Screen Non Binary Depictions Through A Tender and Careful Gaze
I will never forget the people who first acknowledged me when I felt uncomfortable with stating my transness. Their simple act of asking me how I choose to identify, regardless of what…
Visibility Versus Being Seen: In Conversation with Dr. Nathan Alexander Moore

Since I was a little girl I knew that I would be on TV. I knew that I would be a star. I just knew it. And I believed it, too. I…