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Remembering Ramon Novarro

by CHARLIE PURCELL Ramon Novarro would’ve been 117 this month. The Mexican actor started in movies exactly 100 years ago and, for much of the twenties, he was one of the biggest stars in the world. After Rudolph Valentino died, he was Hollywood’s “Latin lover,” an actor idolized by millions. He was also gay, and when … Continue reading

Zoolander 2’s Anti-Trans Dilemma

by CHARLIE PURCELL Zoolander 2 debuted its first trailer amidst a wave of complaints and apathy. Why make a sequel to a fifteen-year-old comedy that people barely remember? Can’t Ben Stiller just make Tropic Thunder 2 instead? Doesn’t Kristen Wiig have something better to do with her time? These were, of course, the typical peanut gallery … Continue reading

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

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