Archive for the month December 2018

The (Super) Year It Was

2018 has been a good year for the LGBTQ community worldwide and now that the year is coming to a close, let’s take a moment to revisit all the milestones we have made as a community.

Short Fiction: A Christmas Gift

Every year, she needed a nudge into Christmas. Although the parents simply adored their only child’s youthful, resolute enthusiasm for Christmas festivities, and went along with her every step of the way on all the ridiculously elaborate menus she planned (and more), they did it more for her, she knew.

Poem: I, Ally

I just know that if I do not take part in dismantling blocks of power that shouts oppression Then I become one of them too There is no neutral in the war

Intersectionality Matters: #OneForAll

The stories were inspired by important struggles that have happened and are still happening. I tried to keep an emotional, simple approach as I am disliking the way people are quickly finding reason to divide themselves into camps based on words.

A Step Too Far

A majority of people are always interested in “that Pride Parade” but very rarely would they have a completely normal reaction to you being in any kind of relationship that is not a monogamous, heterosexual one; the only kind society completely accepts.

Photo Essay: Forbidden Desires

The blade of your hand carves a portal out of steam, the two of us like boys behind frosted glass who wave goodbye while a car shoves off into winter.

Not Just A Tin Man

What does it mean for men to embrace feminism? What does it mean when we ask for a feminist masculinity?

Action and Activism with Adam Eli

In this age of social platforms, online activism is omnipresent and political engagement often ends at its inception — with a lone tweet or Instagram story, Adam stands above with his commitment to real world action.

Making Men un-Fantastic

As someone who has grown up reading and falling in love with the Harry Potter universe, re-looking at these books through a critical lens and examining carefully the gender and racial stereotypes they re-inscribe has been both, a fascinating and a personally trying exercise.
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