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About The Writer

Gabrielle Noel is a New York City based published writer. She is also a video creative, graphic artist & woman who codes. Her writing talks about race, gender, politics, self care and astrology. She has interviewed many celebrities and public figures including Draya Michele, Monica Style Muse, Elexus Jionde, Taylour Paige, Reyna Biddy and Antje Utgaard. Some of her work is featured below.

Previously a contributing writer for Creative Monday, currently writes as an editorial intern for Galore Mag. She also blogs here. Contact her at gnoel2825[at] for collaboration.

Featured Writing:

A Black Makeup Scientist On Why Makeup For WOC Is Overloooked


Cisgender Men Are Way More Dangerous To Women Than Trans People

Why Conservatives Constantly Overhyped Violence In Inner Cities

A Leading Black Feminist Explains Misogynoir

This Woman Turned A Viral Black History Tweet Into $10000 And A Media Outlet

Dela Wesst Talks Overcoming Mental Illness Despite OCD

Magical Melanin: 25 Black Women Who Are Killing It Right Now

Why I Don't Use the N Word Anymore As A Black Woman

6 Common Vagina Myths Debunked

“Self Respect” Isn't An Excuse For Slut Shaming

If You Venmo This Comedian, She’ll Forgive Your Casual Racism

How Monica Style Muse Is Putting Afro-Latina Beauty on the Map

How Teens Are Making Bank On Depop

Draya Michele Is A Woman Of Her Own Design

How To Stop Judging Yourself For Being Single

I'm An Angry Feminist and IDGAF

Taking Our Power Back As Women Of Color

Feminism Is For Black People Too