I don’t think it’s right that these men make it so uncomfortable for others with their nudity.
Clara Barnhurst discusses her experience of reaching out to old friends she’s long lost touch with and how that helps shape her present. Clara BarnhurstOct 24, 2017 Memory is a tricky thing, especially when we make major changes in life … Continued
Not all queer stories need happy endings. But in the “Love, Simon” era, pessimistic stereotypes are little more than weightless relics.
In Philosophical Culture (1911), Georg Simmel, German sociologist and philosopher, expanded the notion of culture which he viewed as the essential condition for the development of human potential. In this text, Simmel breaks down culture into two aspects: objective and … Continued
Bisexual people would still belong at Pride even if they only amounted to 1 percent of the LGBT community. And yet, even though bisexual people actually “comprise a slight majority” of the LGBT population—according to an estimate from the Williams Institute—many still feel uncomfortable attending … Continued
Often we are told that being gay isn’t a conscious decision; however, this notion of being “born this way” can be taken less seriously than it exists to be.
Once again Pope Francis is rocking the world. “God made you like this and loves you like this and I don’t care. The pope loves you like this. You have to be happy with who you are.” According to reports … Continued
Ongoing political controversies around the world exemplify a long-standing and widespread preoccupation with the acceptability of homosexuality. Nonheterosexual people have seen dramatic surges both in their rights and in positive public opinion in many Western countries. In contrast, in much … Continued
We are surrounded by false idols who we unwittingly worship but at what cost?