Volume 32 #1

Finally, A Project For All Queer Women

How many times have you been asked to describe the challenges you’ve faced based on your sexual orientation and gender identification? How has misogyny, racism, classism, ageism, and ableism impacted the quality of your life? From home to places of education and work, queer women’s experiences play out in ways that often do not address the economic security, mental health, and physical wellbeing of this large and diverse demographic… Read more »

March 2022
Volume 31 #1

Sisterhood of Ink

When I look back at my time as editor-in-chief of Curve from 2010 to 2020, one of the many pleasures of the job was mentoring writers. Lyndsey D'Arcangelo Prior to Curve I had worked for a decade as an adjunct professor in the liberal arts, teaching university students from freshman… Read more »
August 2021
Volume 31 #1

Meet The Curve Foundation’s New Executive Director

Jasmine Sudarkasa is six feet tall with a star that’s been rising for some time. She tells us she comes from “many generations of very tall, very strong, very dark-skinned Black women, and there's a lot of power in that identity, but there's also a lot of danger in that… Read more »
June 2021
Updated, Archive Volume 27 #2 & 3

Pride In Politics: How a Curve columnist carried forward 30 years of herstory

For many women, lesbian identity is inherently political. Women loving women strikes a blow against misogyny and is one way of challenging the compulsory heterosexuality of the patriarchy. “Lesbian” is a minority identity, and it often intersects with other marginal identities. Curve’s long-time columnist Victoria A. Brownworth was deeply influenced… Read more »
Original article June & Apr/May 2017

The Handmaiden

A psychological thriller ‘The Handmaiden’ from South Korea adapted from a Sarah Waters novel… Read more »

December 2020
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