Arlene Gottfried's snapshots of New York's Puerto Rican community – in pictures
The photographer’s series Bacalaitos and Fireworks documents the people she grew up alongside in the 70s and 80s
Inspired by friendship and the fantasy of becoming someone else through fashion. The film is a visual experience of what finding your self could look like, a momentary realization and escape through...
JULIANTINA BY HENRYJ
The Juliantinas reaction to the "first part"of Henry photoshoot because... we know more are coming. Thank you so much @henryjimenezj for this beautiful gift. Your talent is from another planet, these pics radiate chemistry, joy and so much love.
Extraordinary images of defiant 19th-century lesbian women
Kissing, embracing and reclining in intimate positions, these incredible photographs provide a rare glimpse into women who dared to display physical love in the 1800s and early 1900s.
Family Room Decoration And Design And Style Thoughts - For My Idea
Your living room usually takes up a quantity of different roles which necessitates demanding decorating methods and calls for appropriate...
NOFI (noir&fier) on Instagram: “❤️❤️❤️ #BlackLove Via @Amiegealls”
NOFI (noir&fier) posted on Instagram: “❤️❤️❤️ #BlackLove Via @Amiegealls” • See all of @nofi_officiel's photos and videos on their profile.
Women of Color who like Women of Color
This blog is for women of color interested in other women of color. This is a safe space for WOC and gender non-conforming POC. The primary point of this blog is for queer WOC to come together and share common interests that could perhaps lead to more. WOCWLWOC is a place to meet others...
Black Intimacy | MoMA
Film series. Oct 3–16, 2017. Black Intimacy explores the ways in which black familial, romantic, and platonic relationships have been portrayed onscreen, with a particular focus on black filmmakers' attempts at navigating between intimate, personal stories and more broadly political material. Given the legacy of American racial politics, can black love be portrayed onscreen without "making a statement" about race, or is it impossible for the personal to be separated from the political?…