LGBTQ

Transgender victims of violence remembered

On Thursday night, Kingstonians gathered at a Transgender Day of Remembrance candlelight vigil in Confederation Park, commemorating victims of anti-transgender violence.Continue...

More to Pride than meets the eye

This June marked a special time for self-identified queer Queen's students and alumni, as Toronto hosted World Pride for the first time.Continue...

No bar, no problem

Around four years ago, Kingston’s last gay bar — Shay Foo Foo’s — shut its doors for good. Since then, LGBTQ community members are unsure if they even want one at all.Continue...

Pride Week undergoes expansion

This year’s Pride Week isn’t a week at all, but a two-week-long social and educational affair.Continue...

Coming out still a rout

Coming out was recently brought into the spotlight by Jodie Foster’s speech at the Golden Globes. Her words sparked a lot of discussion, but there’s no question that she did come out as gay.Continue...

Safety first

Members of the LGBTQ community deserve a safe space in high school.Continue...

Annual Kingston Pride Parade sees remarkable turnout

Nearly 1,000 Kingston residents marched down Princess Street in support of the local LGBTQ community on June 17 for the city’s 28th annual Pride Parade.Continue...

Queer film fest leaves our reviewers 'reeling'

“It’s time to get OUT!” screams the Reelout Queer Film Festival.Continue...

Survey shows LGBTQ+ students want more safe spaces

There aren’t enough safe spaces on Ontario campuses, according to a survey published earlier this month by the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA).Continue...

A walk to remember

Twenty-six years after its first frightful stroll, Kingston Pride is still taking strides to raise awareness.Continue...

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