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6lack’s “East Atlanta Love Letter” is the R&B Album We Didn’t Know We Needed

There is no shortage of incredible R&B out right now. The Weeknd gave us “My Dear Melancholy”back in March, Teyana Taylor dropped “K.T.S.E.” in June, and Drake even gave us the entire B side to “Scorpion” later that same month. Without a doubt however, there is always even more mediocre R&B to wade through than there …

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Breaking the Cycle: Beyoncé Talks Toxic Masculinity in Vogue’s September Issue

One thing that I have always admired about Beyoncé Knowles is that she interviews rarely, saving her words and invaluable voice for thoughtful and insightful sit-downs where there is the most to gain from a vulnerability typically reserved for her music. To me, this careful control of her own narrative is a loud and unapologetic …

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What Cardi B’s Stunning “I Like It” Video Represents for Afro-Latinas Everywhere

Looks like our very favourite regular, degular, shmegular girl from the Bronx is back with more visuals to accompany her chart topping debut album Invasion of Privacy. Just recently, the hip hop mogul gave us the gift of a striking, boldly colourful new video for her new bilingual single “I like it”. If you haven’t seen it yet, watch …

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How The FBI Stole Backpage: The Effects of US Policy on Canadian Sex Workers

Ever since Donald Trump moved into the oval office, we have been feeling the ripple effects of new policies (and scandals) every week. From the tumultuous NAFTA negotiations, to the undeniable and statistically-backed spike in white nationalist ideology, it is obvious that those of us North of the border have been anything but immune to …

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