Evette Dionne is a Black Feminist culture writer and editor. Her reported features, commentaries and personal essays have been published in multiple digital and print publications, including the New York Times, Bitch Magazine, Bustle, VIBE Magazine, The Toast, Refinery29, Clutch Magazine, and MIC. Dionne is also a media scholar who researches Black female sexuality and pleasure in media texts. She is based in Denver .

Don't Apply White Beauty Standards To Black Women

If you've checked Twitter or the intersectional feminist blogosphere today, you may be familiar with the #LessClassicallyBeautiful hashtag that's trending on Twitter in response to a New York Times piece that describes Viola Davis, leading lady in…
By Evette Dionne