Between it being pride month and home to the anniversary of both the Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriage nationally and the historic Stonewall riots, there is undeniably much to celebrate. And what’s a good celebration without a boppin’ playlist to match?
To be clear, President Trump (or anyone claiming to do so in the year 2020) did not make Juneteenth “famous.” In fact, this date is recognized as the oldest and most popular known U.S. celebration of the end of slavery, a celebration that kicked off over 150 years ago.
While the majority of protests have been peaceful so far, protestors must be aware of possible risks including arrest, tear gas, exposure to coronavirus and other possible uncontrollable variables.
Here is a guide on how to protest and do so safely.
Take care of yourself, because one day, this will end. And, you want to be ready to take on the outside world when it does. Not sure where to start? TMH has you covered.
Your social life might suffer right now, but your workout routine doesn’t have to. In fact, maybe LIV closing down was one of the best things to happen to your fitness regimen in a long time.
An email sent by organizers promised ticket holders admission to 2021 or 2022 events, an exclusive extra performance at the next festival, discounts on merchandise and a slew of other benefits outlined in the official email below. One word, however, was missing from the email that has many fans upset– “refund.”
From the many gorgeous outfits to the uplifting energy of the crowd, DragOut was a night full of excitement and surprises. Attendees and performers alike left Shalala feeling body-confident and empowered and with a full camera roll of videos to remember the celebratory night.
On Thursday, Feb. 17, Carlos Felipe León– Shading Art Director of the upcoming film “Onward”– discussed the secret to unlocking artistic expression at the University of Miami School of Communication.
A charismatic and positive comedian known for her roles on both Netflix and MTV, Byer was the headliner of Hurricane Productions Daytime’s annual spring comedy show.