lesbian

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Spending Time with Family as a Member of the LGBTQ Community

by JESSICA MAHMOUD Originally published on Queersmatter. I think oftentimes the LGBTQ community can seem like a different world. We have so much terminology and identities that many people are not educated on. This can make it hard when spending time with people who are not educated, such as family. I live on a college campus, … Continue reading

Why I’m Supporting Hillary (And You Should Too!)

by KATIE REITER Last summer I was told, rather smugly, by three different straight female friends that Hillary actually did not support gay marriage until 2013, and even then only did it because it was the politically advantageous thing to do, and in fact Bernie’s been supporting gay people all along. *WINK WINK* As if … Continue reading

Pros and Cons of Being Out and Proud

by JESSICA MAHMOUD Originally published on Queersmatter. As I’ve mentioned, I’m really out and proud about my identity, at least on my college campus. I really love this about myself and I’m very happy I’m out the closet and prideful. However, as great as it, sometimes, just like everything else in life, it does have its … Continue reading

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

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