Riots, Respectability, and What Comes Next The 1960s were a dark time for LGBT people in the United States. Homosexuality and “crossdressing” were illegal and the state violently suppressed anyone deviating from cishetero norms. Undercover officers roamed the cities, searching for men they could arrest for the crime of accepting a free drink from another man. On the streets, if you […]
Texas: A State of Incompetence Have you ever looked at the Texan state government, and wondered, what in tarnation is that? Well luckily for you, I’ve put about 2 minutes of research into the topic by reading blogs on the internet, and can thus explain every single aspect to you, thanks to my legitimate research into the history and intricacies […]
Just Pick Someone: The Case for a National Primary The long, drawn-out primary cycle promotes political one-upmanship, decentralizing of platform policies, and apathy while doing little to win new voters. The solution? A national primary day.
February 2020 Editors’ Desk: Anyone But Biden In which the editors come to a solid consensus on who should NOT be president.
Video Gaymes In the constant struggle to bring positive queer representation to modern media, video game characters suffer from stereotyping, hypersexualization, and total erasure of queerness.