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Latin(x) and One Day at a Time – Amalia L.

The Importance of Gender Inclusivityvia Google ImagesGender neutral terminology in the Spanish language has been emerging as queer and transgender narratives in Latino/a studies are being more openly shared. A popular term that connotes…

Coming Out in a Day! – Cynthia Frank PhD

A tale of todayHi!My name is Kristin. It was Joe just this morning!Let me tell you what happened today!I woke up this morning at 6.I opened my eyes and thought, “Hey, I think I’m really a girl!”I too a shower and called my friend,…

Drag Saves The Day – George Heymont

Fifty years ago, many LGBT people shied away from drag. And yet, during the Stonewall riots of June 1969, it was the “professional gays” — drag queens and so-called “street trash” like Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson (the co-founders…

GLAAD partners with UN on Spirit Day campaign

GLAAD has partnered with the U.N. to create an anti-bullying video ahead of its annual Spirit Day. GLAAD has partnered with the U.N. to fight bullying based on sexual orientation and gender identity. The Office of the U.N. High…

Pronouns Day – Dr Ben Britton

Hi All — it’s International Pronouns Day. I wrote a brief email to students and staff in my Department about it.The email is CC-BY 4. Please repurpose as you so wish — maybe send it to your colleagues or team, or an adapted version.Top…

Day 8449: A Check-In – KeShawn Ivory

Today is my 8449th day on this planet.I had my 23rd birthday a couple months ago, which ordinarily wouldn’t be a particularly special one. I realized, however, that according to the laws of the United States of America, 23 years of age…

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