Tasha Fierce is a Black feminist writer and L.A. native. She’s been writing about race, feminism, fatphobia, queerness, etc. for almost 20 years. At 17 she wrote a zine called Bitchcore, which you can find in the Rubenstein Library at Duke University and the Barnard College Zine Library, if you happen to be near those institutions and want to read it.
Her work has appeared in the anthologies White Riot: Punk Rock and the Politics of Race and Hot & Heavy: Fierce Fat Girls on Life, Love, and Fashion, as well as in publications such as Bitch Magazine, EBONY.com, Clutch, Jezebel, The Huffington Post, Racialicious, and Corset Magazine.
Bitch Magazine ("Sister Soldiers: Black Women, Police Brutality, and the True Meaning of Black Liberation" - PDF)
Bitch Planet #2 ("In a Feminist Mirror, Darkly: Reflections on Cultural Misconceptions of Feminism" -PDF)
Corset Magazine ("Form and Function: A Brief History of Nudity and Disability in Western Culture" - PDF)
Zora & Alice
The Huffington Post
Clutch Magazine (here, here, here, & here)