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5 Ways Straight Women Can Be Better Allies to Queer Women

by Miri Mogilevsky Originally published on Everyday Feminism and re-published here with their permission. “Ally” is a complicated – and at times, problematic – term. But whatever you call it, one thing is true: Many marginalized people feel safer, more hopeful, and more accepted thanks to their allies. For many queer women, our straight female allies … Continue reading

Education and Gender Identity

by JESSICA MAHMOUD It’s not hard to see that the LGBTQ Community is a minority, and that struggles come along with being part of it. These challenges can especially be seen in the classroom and on college campuses. Even though people may be assumed as “open minded” or “totally accepting,” it can still be hard … Continue reading

6 Steps Towards Whole-Heartedly Loving Yourself as a Feminine Gay Man

by Jayson Flores Originally published on Everyday Feminism and re-published here with their permission. When I was a teenager, I was vocally adamant about not being attracted to other feminine gay boys. I was, at that point, the amalgamation of my fear, anger, angst, confusion, and self-loathing. I think back to those days and wish I … Continue reading

6 Things Every Man Who Dates Trans Women Needs to Know

by Kai Cheng Thom Originally published on Everyday Feminism and re-published here with their permission. “I cannot promise to love you fearlessly / But I can love you courageously” – d’bi young anitafrika, “Rivers of Love” Dear Boyfriends, This is a love letter to each and every one of you. This is a letter to let … Continue reading

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