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Weekend Recap: Second Gentleman’s New Communications Director, Princeton’s Offering Free Tuition,...

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Happy Monday!  How was your first weekend with the latest Mercury Retrograde (among other retrogrades)? Well, we hope it treated everyone well. If not, head...

Texas Church Adds Anti-LGBTQ+ Messaging to Their Performance of Lin-Manuel...

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In McAllen, Texas, a local church is facing backlash for illegally performing  Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton.”  Along with not being properly licensed to perform the musical,...

Explaining Gender and Sex to Older, More Conservative Latinos From an...

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Pride month is, more than anything, a time to celebrate the queer community while also recognizing the historic and continuous violence towards LGBTQ+ folks....

A Conversation With Afro-Latina House Mother Samil on the Importance of...

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Pride month is in full effect. This means more and more brands are jumping on board to show solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community.  Whether you...

Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ricky Martin, and MJ Rodriguez Join Forces to support...

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While some are banning saying "gay" and attacking our rights from all sides, others are stepping up and redoubling efforts to support the LGBTQ+...

Witty Ways To Respond to Your Tía When She Calls Your...

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Pride month is here, which means companies are rushing to capitalize on the LGBTQ+ community with all their might.  Rainbows are about to be splattered...

These Are the Dangerous Implications of the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill...

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Last Tuesday, Florida's Republican legislature passed the "Don't Say Gay" bill, which bans instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity in kindergarten through third...

Cuba’s First LGBTQ Hotel Reopens Its Doors, and the Regime Seems...

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Che Guevara called them "sexual perverts;” José Martí identified the homosexual person as "an effeminate being incapable of building a nation.” Now, Fidel Castro's...

World AIDS Day: The Importance of Advocates Like Eddie Orozco’s Work...

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The first World AIDS Day took place on December 1st, 1988, to bring awareness to the rampant epidemic of HIV. Decades later, it is...

Queer Mercado in East Los Angeles Fosters Representation and Networking in...

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East Los Angeles has been a historical epicenter of civil struggles; it is an area that, since the Chicano moratorium of 1970, has been...

‘Seguimos Aquí,’ a Documentary Paying Tribute to the Perseverance of the...

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If any community knows firsthand the impact of a health crisis, it is the LGBTQ+ community. For many, the COVID-19 pandemic drew chilling parallels...

Three Extraordinary Transgender Latinas You Should Know

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Last year, by mid-June, a childhood memory came to mind as I finished working on a piece on Sylvia Rivera and her role as...