Life Is Proud: Skunk Anansie’s Skin on the inclusive power of the rock community

As a black woman who has been open about being gay since her band, Skunk Anansie, first emerged in 1994, Skin has fought more battles than most when it comes to race, gender and sexual politics.  “My sexuality is right in the middle of everything that I do, so is my blackness and my femaleness. You can’t really separate them off. That’s intersectionality right there,” says the ...

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