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Evette Dionne is a Black Feminist culture writer, editor, and scholar. Presently, she’s the senior editor at Bitch Media.

Evette is a regular contributor to Teen Vogue, Refinery29Hello Beautiful, Clutch Magazine, and Bustle, where she covers race, feminism, popular culture, television, film, and Black womanhood.

Her reported features, cultural commentary, and personal essays have also been published in/on the New York Times, RomperHarper’s BazaarThe Toast, MICVIBE Vixen, xoJane, The Root, For Harriet, Urban Cusp, Ravishly, LoveBrownSugar, Madame Noire, Betty Confidential and Uptown Magazine.

Before joining Bitch, Evette worked as a founding senior editor at Revelist where she honed her commitment to inclusion in media by creating the site’s “real talk” essays section. She received her bachelor’s degree in journalism from Bennett College, an incredible HBCU for Black women, in 2012. In 2014, she received her master’s in media management and women, gender, and sexuality studies from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. That might be why researching is her favorite thing to do — outside of reading, tweeting, and ranting about self-care.

She’s an independent women’s studies scholar who uses critical theories like Black Feminist Thought, Critical Race Theory, and Strategic Whiteness to examine Black female sexualities and pleasure within media texts, including film, television, and music videos. She’s published book chapters about Tyler Perry’s For Better and Worse and Beyoncé’s self-titled album.

Evette is currently doing her best Khadijah James impression in Brooklyn.

If you want to drop Evette a line, please send an email to or use the contact form.