BRWNGRLZ: Dope Earring Company Created By A Brown Girl From The Bay Celebrates Women Of Color

The beauty and fashion industry has taken the next step in its trajectory, with emerging lines and brands catering to women of color and consumers of every ethnicity. Finally, our feeds are no longer stacked with white models alone. Today we get diverse selection, representative of the multicultural market we live in. To our fellow […]

Loreen’s Gotta Boogie Revisits Soul Train Dance And Breaks New Grounds

The Filipino American womxn lead film Loreen’s Gotta Boogie has been going around the film festival circuit recently from Newark International Film Festival, Lights On Festival, MECCAcon International Film Festival, and screenings at the International Black Film Festival on October 6 in Nashville, Tennessee. The film also won the Audience Choice Award at the International […]

Ada Chen’s Viral Jewelry Line Claps Back to Asian Fetishes And Stereotypes

When I saw this viral text message earring over my Instagram feed modeled by incredibly looking womxn with their aesthetically pleasing profiles, I assumed it was just another trend influencers have delved into. Like the new fad of jewelry and a simple accessory.  What I didn’t decipher was these particular earrings were calling out men […]

Tuca and Bertie: A Tale of Womxnhood and Portrait of Adulting

Tuca and Bertie, an animated Netflix series starring Tiffany Haddish (as Tuca) and Ali Wong (as Bertie), premiered earlier this year that offered unique, bold, funny and relevant stories for womxn. Created by remarkable illustrator Lisa Hanawalt, Tuca and Bertie were two of the most human cartoons we’ve seen on our screens today. These 30-something […]

Always Be My Maybe: A Modern Day Romance In The Heart Of Asian Americans

I can’t be the only one left with the last song syndrome with Mariah’s Always Be My Baby’s iconic track after seeing the recent Netflix rom-com hit Always Be My Maybe, starring Ali Wong and Randall Park amongst a full Asian American casted film. It felt like 500 Days of Summer and Celeste & Jesse […]

Modern Day Heroine: Gemma Chan — Monumental Wins in Hollywood

We’ve reached 2019 and it’s about goddamn time to break out of the all-white TV/film shows and embrace diversity because there’s so much more kick-ass, talented, actors of different race and colors that are deserving of space, stories, narratives, and representation on screen. Gemma Chan is one of the women that’s been making waves in […]