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Queer Women Of Color Owned Publications To Read After "AfterEllen"

It has been just over two weeks now since Trish Bendix, former editor-in-chief of the 14-year-old queer women’s website AfterEllen, announced that senior executives at Evolve Media, which acquired AfterEllen from Viacom in 2014, terminated her and planned to shut down the site. After significant public outcry from the community, a manager from Evolve Media released a statement calling Bendix’s rumors false, stating, “Rest assured that you will still be able to access the site, all of its content, and communicate with others through the forums.
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