In addition to videos Q-ROC.TV has brought together a spectacular team of bloggers writing about a variety of topics. All from a queer perspective of course!
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Chan Jones is an openly bisexual mother and writer in Fort Worth, TX. She is the creator and facilitator of ReMemories Literary Club, as well as Works In Progress, an organization dedicated to supporting low-income working artists. She is especially an advocate for family rights and bisexual education. You can find more from her at artsmove.com and on her facebook page.
Once described as “a hybrid of your good girlfriend, therapist and comedienne” Angie offers therapy without the couch. Any interaction with Ms. Harvey is empowering, educational and entertaining . Provocative workshops titles like That’s Not Love that’s Stupid!, What’s Love Got to do With it? and Excuse Me Have You Seen My Happiness? makes stimulating dialogue inevitable. Angie always incorporates laughter into her work. She believes that laughter is contagious and goes a long way in tearing down walls and building bridges. Angie has discovered that the journey to growth, resolution and positive change often begin with two simple but powerful words…Let’s TALK! Also, check out her tv show Let’s TALK with Angie Harvey.
@iamEvOn is the founder of LGBT Underground (UDRGRD), EvOn is infact a Independent Hip-Hop Artist from London (UK) who has been in the music industry for over 18 years.EvOn decided to create a site for other Artist/s like herself that where not getting the recognition they deserve, weather that be because of there sexual preference, & the strong diverse image many of the artists project. So with EvOns musical background and knowledge and passion for music, what better person to put together a site that has now become a platform & an outlet for all Up & Coming Artists who just so happen to Rep #LGBT and Support the #LGBT Community.
Susan Herr is a 49-year-old genderbender who founded dapperQ and who serves as both sole financial supporter and editorial director. For her work to with dapperQ, Susan has been quoted in the Washington Post, Huffington Post and named to Go Magazine’s 2010 Class of 100 Women We Love. In October, 2010 Susan launched an exclusive partnership with GayWeddings.com for which she serves as fashion expert for those who are “transgressing bridal fashion.” She served as a celebrity judge for Mr. Transman 2010, a role she is proudly reprised for the 2011 contest. Susan leads an amazing team at dapperQ… meet them.
Toi is an ordinary superhero who is a transmasculine and gender non-conforming playwright, author, journalist, and spoken word artist. They are also a healer, herbalist, health advocate, food justice activist, anti-oppression organizer, and a Q/POC community builder. Toi blogs about the intersections of race and gender and QPOC/POC organizing and movement building at philosophactivist.blogspot.com and can be emailed at: firstname.lastname@example.org . Their writings include Notes from an Afro-Genderqueer-an anthology; a planetary chapbook trilogy: Venus, Saturn and Mars; and a brown,radical, genderqueer play and book called The Genderqueer Files: The Colectiv@. You can find out more about their writing at www.afrogenderqueer.com and more about their healing work at queerherbalism.blogspot.com.
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