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“As queer people, we are creating our future. We have to be the blueprints for what we want.”
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A new study examines the differences in school discipline for queer and straight students. While the study is not representative of the entire US population, it gives some new insight into the educational experience of queer girls today.
The Artist Creating a 'Karaoke Spiritual Center' to Explore South Asian Identity
Baseera Khan's artwork and performances playfully examine the politics of living in a brown body in America.
The New All-Women Web Series Exploring Queer, Black, Poly Love
In "195 Lewis," a queer, black, and female cast navigate relationships in the rapidly gentrifying Brooklyn neighborhood of Bed-Stuy.
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The Lesbian Couple Embarking on a Comedy Tour to Burst the 'Liberal Bubble'
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The Man Running a Queer Film Festival in a Nation Where Homosexuality Is Illegal
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The 20th Century Author Who Wrote Queer Stories as American Stories
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Why Drag Queens Are Imitating Kellyanne and Melania—but Not Ivanka
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