I believe that black queer media is essential to creating empathy towards Black queer and trans people across the diaspora, all around the world. Black queer and trans media has become a powerful tool to help fight the discrimination and hate we continue face.
Following up from her dance hit Fierce, Angelica Ross shows off her vocals and her songwriting pen with Purrr, a seductive dance anthem that is all about serving and celebrating femme queen energy just in time for this summer’s pride season! Heavily influenced by her run for 3 seasons on Ryan Murphy’s hit FX series “POSE,” Angelica Ross is living Candy Ferocity’s wildest dreams with this single and upcoming visuals! Purr was written by Angelica Ross, Eritza Laues, Cannon Mapp, and Alx Nalpantidis just days after Angelica finished her historical eight-week run as Roxie Hart in the Broadway musical Chicago. Music production by Alx International. Purr will be released by Angelica Ross’ independent record label Miss Ross Music on Monday May 15, 2023.
Limited quantity of exclusive visuals available upon request including video clips forthcoming from renowned Director & Photographer Derek Blanks.
Official Cover Art: click here Required Photo Credit: Gerson Lopes with crowdMGMT
Song Link: Click here
So much going on right now! I just moved to Downtown Los Angeles and downsized from a 4 Bedroom home …
I decided not to post this live to Instagram, because I just don’t trust that platform anymore. So here is …
Logo Live’s Johnny Sibilly is having a spiritual moment with actress, entrepreneur, and activist Angelica Ross as she shares her truth on finding her inner peace, supporting trans and queer folks like Lil Nas X and Laverne Cox, learning to code as a means of empowering trans folx in tech, and why she thinks she would be the perfect Omarosa in Snatch Game on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race.’
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In this Instagram Live interview Angelica Ross remind us all how powerful we are and share how, with her Buddhist practice, she’s been able to not only accomplish her dreams but also be a source of inspiration, especially for trans and gender-nonconforming people. In her own words, she shares what having Buddhability means: “You understand how to be free in what seems to be the most limiting circumstances. And then, over time, you will be able to see the changes of how you are able to rise up out of those circumstances.” With Buddhability, we can be fearless.
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I want to take this opportunity to hold Caitlyn Jenner responsible as an Executive Producer for the editing and misuse of her new found power. The first step to dismantling a system of oppression is recognizing your role in its perpetuation. This is a step we all have to take regardless of race or ethnicity. If Caitlyn wishes to be a part of the solution, then she must be willing to examine the ways she has contributed to the problem.
The sun rises and sets everyday with out fail as an inherent marker for the beginning and end of this daily practice we call life.
Daisaku Ikeda, one of my mentors and author of Discussions on Youth: For the Leaders of the Future and countless other books, inspires millions to deal with their pain and suffering head on and turn it into the catalyst that ultimately changes your life and the lives of everyone around you.
I believe whole heartedly that there is an opportunity for a highly spiritual experience through the process of transition for the transgender spirit.
I recently ran across a video re-posted by Monica Roberts of Transgriot, called “I’m Sorry for Killing Your Daughter?” It is a poetic letter written by an African American Transgender Man to his father who is a pastor of a church. This video struck a nerve with me. At 31, years of age I live my life unapologetically. But this video has got me thinking that even though I’m sure i’ve apologized in the past, I’m not sure I ever communicated as compassionately as this video does.
Compassion is often thought of as akin to pity, but whereas pity may be condescending, compassion springs from a sense of the equality and interconnectedness of life. Genuine compassion is about empowering others, helping them unlock strength and courage from within their lives in order to overcome their problems