If there is anyone who has gone against the grain of blending into society's norms, it's New York Times best-selling Author, Director, Producer, Writer, and Trans Activist Janet Mock.
These women are serving fashion goals on a platter!
The star of the new Netflix limited series is giving us all the Dorothy Dandridge vibes on and off the screen.
The popular fashion designer is out there trying to save folks from the 'Rona AND make sistas look amazing in his clothes.
The "Pose" producer, writer and director is taking over Hollywood and with style!
We already knew these Black women are superheroes, but there they are taking over the world and the red carpet one ensemble at a time with their caped gowns. And we love it!
The Beautiful Ladies Of ‘Pose,’ Niecy Nash, Melina Matsoukas & Lashana Lynch Radiate At The Essence Black Women In Hollywood Luncheon
On Thursday (Feb. 7), the best of the best flocked to Beverly Hills for the 2020 Essence Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon presented by Ford. This year, the event made history by awarding the mostly Black transgender cast of the hit ballroom scene drama Pose— Mj Rodriguez, Angelica Ross, Indya Moore, Hailie Sahar and Dominique […]
After the show is the after-party! The 2020 Golden Globes were an event in itself, despite not one Black performer taking home an award, but be clear: The party didn’t stop because the GG’s ignored folks such as Lupita Nyong’o, Jharell Jerome and Sterling K. Brown. On Sunday night, Black Hollywood stepped out and stunted […]
This year the annual event felt even more inclusive than prior years.
October 11 is National Coming Out Day! So to celebrate those who are speaking their truth about being LGBTQ, we wanted to shine an extra light on the Black, the bold and the beautiful trans women that continue to pave the way for others to stand in their light. Take a look at these powerful […]
These sistas definitely deserved some Emmy love for everything they gave to the small screen this season.
EXCLUSIVE: ‘Pose’s’ Angelica Ross On Why Black Transgender Women Deserve To See Themselves On The Screen
The actress and activist talks about playing Candy in Ryan Murphy's '80s ballroom scene drama and what Black cisgender women can do to be better allies to our trans sistas.