Let's hear it for the thoroughly-modern webslinger, writes Jessie Earl.
January 25 2019 5:31 AM
While we talk a lot about how toxic masculinity hurts women, we need to start discussing why it also harms the men who express it.
For her last official The Advocates podcast appearance, co-host Jessie Earl shares what she's been thankful for this past year.
Despite effectively showcasing the dangers of fascism, J.K. Rowling consistently fails to represent the real-world victims of a horrifying ideology.
Singer Mary Lambert ("She Keeps Me Warm") joins The Advocates podcast to discuss her book of poetry -- Shame Is an Ocean I Swim Across.
On the latest The Advocates podcast, we talk about self-care during hard times and how to be sure to remain vocal for trans and bisexual people.
Health and Human Services' anti-transgender memo will hurt not only trans people but cisgender ones.
The YouTube creator and activist discusses coming out after attaining fame and how gaining male privilege encourages him to share others' stories.
For Bisexual Awareness Week, a pansexual and a bisexual discuss the differences in the often misunderstood identities.
From the day they're born, women are socialized to protect themselves from and be afraid of men. What can we do to change this?
Being trans in this society is extremely challenging, writes Jessie Earl. But she urges those like her to push through the pain and find the joy on the other side.
Three different generations have a roundtable discussion the hardships of dating, the power of labels, and the importance of trigger warnings.
Scandal and Fringe actress Jasika Nicole opens up about being out and getting passed over for queer roles. She also chats about balancing advocacy and anxiety.