UK broadcaster Channel 4 has delved into the lives of double minorities with a slick web-series called The Black Lesbian Handbook. The show nails the intersection of race and gender identity, taking an intimate look experiences of three black British lesbians. A second season looks at black lesbian culture in the US. But while the Brits in the first series present confidently in both their culture and sexuality, their families have struggled to accept their identities. Nneka identifies as fem, which she says has made it easier for her family to handle her sexuality. Kaspa, featured on Channel 4's Black Lesbian Handbook, identifies as 'stem', a cross between 'stud' and 'fem'. Signout Sign in Create an account.
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