Each week the Honey newsletter includes a column from women and LGBTQ folks in the South, in collaboration with See Jane Write. We’re always looking for more stories from you. Click here to learn more about how to get published. By Samantha Williams I turned my head to peer at my mom [...]
With 2021 reported as the deadliest year on record for transgender and gender non-conforming people, seeking safe, affirming health care and legal aid can be a real risk. The Campaign for Southern Equality has a solution for that. The organization designed a guide to help Southerners find more trans-friendly resources. [...]
Each week the Honey newsletter includes a column from women and LGBTQ folks in the South, in collaboration with See Jane Write. We’re always looking for more stories from you. Click here to learn more about how to get published. By Lydia Oliver It is the springtime of my first year in [...]
The conversation around climate change in the South often focuses on the coasts, where stronger and more frequent hurricanes and storms can bring deadly flooding, and contribute to coastal erosion. Then there is the long-debated increase in sea level, which at its worst will see waters rise up more than [...]
Have anxiety about the holidays? Here’s what a family therapist says about boundaries, navigating tension
This holiday season, thanks to vaccinations, will be the first time some families get together in almost two years. Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical advisor to President Biden, announced recently that Americans, specifically those who are fully vaccinated, should not hesitate to enjoy the holiday get-togethers with family. This announcement [...]
Before 28-year-old Blake Showers illustrated for a global publication, he was kid from Birmingham, Ala., who found solace and safety in Japanese comics. He got his first taste of the genre, popularly known as manga, in first grade while recovering from nasal-passage surgery. “My mom brought me a bunch of [...]
I am in love with love—and I’m single. And guess what. I’m okay with that.
Texas succeeded in banning nearly all abortions after six weeks of gestation, the first time since Roe V. Wade.
Critical race theory, mask policies and quarantines: What heated school board meetings tell us about the future
This story about school board meetings was produced by The Hechinger Report, a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on inequality and innovation in education. Sign up for the Hechinger newsletter. CHAPIN, S.C. — The August school board meeting in this South Carolina community started with a plea for grace. “It’s the most [...]
I am paving the way, with other feminine lesbians, shattering one preconceived notion at a time. We really need capes and our own superhero theme song for the number of villains we take down in a day. All while sporting our straight woman drag of six-inch heels, minis, crop tops, leggings and cute tees.