THE TENTH VOL.4

THE TENTH VOL.4

 

Volume Four of The Tenth Magazine explores the Black queer identity at the threshold of the future—unchartered territory where the obvious consequences of technology are changing the face of the planet we live on, but the more obscure consequences—the far-reaching and truly philosophical, social implications—are being overlooked by us all.

In this issue, the hunt is on for that Black gay who works in a room in their house or at Google with a sign on the door that reads: "Restricted Area,” on any number of R&D projects for any number of high-tech problems—ride-sharing, robotics, intergalactic death rays or dating. The entrepreneurs, the engineers, the designers, the developers, the mad Black scientists working on any number of high-tech innovations that have a slim chance of succeeding, but might revolutionize the world if they do. That’s who we’re looking for. Maybe a better question is, do they even exist?

If she does, she could only be one place, which isn't really a place, but more a state of mind: Silicon Valley, so we headed West on the great American road to

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