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...

Workplaces are becoming the new closet for LGBTQ+ individuals

For as long as I can remember, I have identified as a gay man.Continue...

Queen's LGBTQ+ Archives aim to preserve historical records

In the fifty years following the Stonewall riots, the LGBTQ+ community has been advocating for acceptance. Some Queen’s archivists want to make sure those steps aren’t forgotten.Continue...

The Prom’s same-sex kiss offers a more inclusive future

Every year, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City invites the hottest new Broadway musicals to perform a number that’s broadcast live on national television.Continue...

Pride stands for peace, not totalitarianism

At a conference organized by Rebel Media on Nov. 10, John Carpay, a Canadian lawyer and member of Alberta’s United Conservative Party, referred to pride flags and those bearing Nazi and communist symbols in the same sentence.Continue...

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