We're proud to have a team of trans people of color who assist our writers with developing their insightful, vulnerable truths.
Dom enjoys editing, designing & community organizing; their comfort zone is supporting others behind the scenes. Even as the editor-in-chief here, they find publishing their own work to be terrifying. Overcoming that anxiety to exist is made possible by the support of the R4R team, the love from our readers, and the generosity of donors. Thank you!
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Eve Xelestiál Moreno-Luz
Eve Xelestiál is a brown, trans and queer multimedia artist living in San Diego. Eve Xelestiál spends their time challenging the white, heteronormative, patriarchal society that is imposed on queer and trans people of color. Eve Xelestiál thrives/enjoys resisting with other TQPoC, cooking plant based food, listening to queer & trans music, singing IN queer, and watching queer cinema. Xelestiál is committed to combatting main stream media through her personal identity, visual art and poetry. Her work has being featured at The Huntington Museum, the Getty Museum, and on Rest For Resistance.
Princess Harmony Rodriguez
Princess is an afro-latin trans woman, survivor of childhood and adult sexual violence, creator, otaku, and unapologetic anti-violence activist. Her writing has been published on The Feminist Wire, Feministing, Black Girl Dangerous, Know Your IX, and FeministaJones.com.
Dominic Bradley is a Black queer nb multimedia artist who lives in Brooklyn. They have been published in HowlRound, TransFaith, and Rest for Resistance.
Kofi is a black trans writer and editor, living and working in Philadelphia with his boyfriend and their two cats. His writing explores the tensions of being African, Caribbean, mentally ill and queer, and he loves working with all of the amazing writers at Rest for Resistance.
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Venus Di’Khadijah Selenite
Venus Di’Khadijah Selenite is a Black queer genderfluid trans woman stationed on the Internet. A poet, writer, performance artist, sex worker, editor, teacher, and advocate, xe is a Bettering American Poetry nominee, a 2017 Pink Door fellow, and the author of trigger and The Fire Been Here.
OAO is a disabled Igbo femme, who when not trying to pass as a cisgender, heterosexual abled black woman at work, spends their time at home chatting with friends online, reading manga (usually yaoi) and surfing YouTube.