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Sad Girl Creamery Serves Ice Cream and Mental Health Awareness

Trigger Warning: This article contains mentions of mental illness. Sue Mancini has blended ice cream and mental health awareness together with Sad Girl Creamery, a...

A State-by-State Guide to Documenting Gender on Your Driver’s License

This article was first published by Bankrate.com. You can read the full story here.  According to a 2021 survey from Gallup, an estimated 11.3% of LGBT...

How to celebrate Summer 2021

Summer is fast approaching. The sun is shining and half of California adults are fully vaccinated, according to the Los Angeles Times.  California is set...

We Need To Start Talking About Diversity Among Sex Workers

Sarah has wanted to do sex work, specifically porn, for a very long time now. It is only recently, in her forties, that she...

An APIDA Watching Guide

May is Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) Heritage Month. To celebrate, Culturas will be spotlighting the community’s culture and stories. To further explore...

To My Teachers, With Love

Teachers changed my life. They didn’t just teach me various subjects and skills, but how to be the person I always wanted to become....

APIDA Month: A News & Entertainment Guide

May is Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) Heritage Month. To celebrate, Culturas will be spotlighting the work and stories of Asian Americans these...

The Skepticism around Black Luxury

There’s been a lot of talk about Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors and her new real estate purchases. Khan-Cullors has been slandered with...

Dancing When No One is Watching: How Dancers are Persevering in Year Two of COVID-19

This International Dance Day, Culturas brings you the second and final part of our dance feature. Today, we look at how young dancers navigate 'Zoom...

Ficheraz is the online Latinx/Caribbean vintage showgirls gallery you should follow

April 29 is International Dance Day. This year, Culturas is highlighting the event a day in advance to bring two underreported coverages of dancers who...

Huh? Can You Repeat That?

“Huh? Can you repeat that?” is a phrase most people with uncommon names have heard before. Names are something I have thought about for years. ...

Do Her Parents Know You’re Black?

It is a question I have asked my sons many times, usually before initial encounters with the parents of their white friends. It remains...
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