Katherine Brand, University of Michigan
Kacen Callender’s young adult novel features a queer trans person of color amid friendships, love and a heartwarming journey of self-acceptance.
The new TikTok trend has students documenting their daily lives while quarantined, but what bigger problems with reopening plans are revealed?
These comments might not be explicitly homophobic, but they display the privilege of straight people and trivialize the negative experiences of queer women.
This plot device is one of the most overdone romantic clichés out there. Should it be left behind, or is there a way to make it new again?
Looking for well-developed LGBTQ+ characters without the same overused tropes? Check out these films for a fulfilling viewing experience.
Reselling thrifted items for outrages prices is contributing to the gentrification of thrift stores, harming those who rely on cheaper prices.
The popular singers’ recent behavior on social media has fans concerned that she is being manipulated by a controlling conservatorship.
From compelling female leads to subversive views of sexuality and the body, this list offers terrifying films where the women are in charge.
The YouTuber’s success has been hit hard by the revival of his many past controversies concerning racism, blackface and the sexualization of minors.
These options promote a quiet, wholesome lifestyle and an escape from reality that has been difficult to find during the pandemic.
From underwear to makeup to clothing to candles, these five companies offer year-round shopping opportunities that support the queer community.
Protagonists Mae and George must learn to navigate their evolving romance while dealing with insecurities about sexuality and addiction.
The new Netflix documentary sheds light on the women who accused Epstein and the failures of the justice system that delayed his prosecution.
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