Taylor Mills’s Recent Articles
Increasing Representation of Bisexuality In Film and Television
Misconceptions regarding bisexuality, including the idea that bisexual individuals are “confused” or that they “need to “choose” to be either only gay or straight,” can serve as one explanation for these groups’ lack of on-screen representation.
How Disabled Travel Bloggers Are Empowering Their Communities To Travel The World
For those who are not able-bodied, traveling poses a litany of complications and risks. Many cities, public transportation systems, airports, hotels, and popular tourist attractions do not meet accessibility standards for all travelers, of all body types.
Could the Supply Chain Backlog Encourage More Sustainable Shopping This Holiday Season?
If delays in deliveries of products encourage shoppers to be more thoughtful in their shopping, this behavioral change could lessen the burden of overproduction on the planet and potentially disrupt patterns of mass consumption.
The Legacy of Yolanda López
López committed her life to the intersectional nature of art and activism. Her legacy will be remembered for the ways in which she empowered and provided visibility to ordinary LatinX women in spheres of cultural influence, where they are traditionally ignored.
Meet The Next Generation Of Climate Justice Leaders
To celebrate Climate Week, NowThis has teamed up with Bank of the West to feature some of the young leaders, advocates, and activists at the heart of the climate movement. These trailblazing young adults strive to push our climate and racial justice goals further. Follow along to learn about the most forward-thinking voices who are pressing for environmental justice.