LGBTQ

CBC documentary on popular Toronto evangelical youth church features Queen’s alum

C3 Toronto’s rock-and-roll atmosphere is attracting a lot of young people, but its lead pastor’s anti-gay attitude may be driving some away.Continue...

Finding a safe space in a white and straight place

This piece uses “Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC)” to refer to the experiences of racialized students. We acknowledge this term is not universal. Continue...

Out on campus

When LGBTQ+ students first arrive on campus, the low visibility of the queer community can be isolating.Continue...

Jonathan Van Ness shows us HIV status is no longer something to hide

This September, Jonathan Van Ness disclosed his HIV-positive status in an interview with the New York Times . This revelation came in advance of the hairstylist and Queer Eye cast member’s new book , Over the Top: A Raw Journey to Self-Love .Continue...

Bachelor in Paradise's history-making match

Bachelor in Paradise had its sixth season finale last week, and it was mostly business as usual onscreen: steamy Fantasy Suite visits, dramatic fights in the sand, and unnecessarily long reunion scenes.Continue...

Are You the One? is television’s most fantastically fluid dating show

Despite countless reality dating shows focusing on the love, drama, and sex lives of straight people, no show has effectively explored the LGBTQ+ dating experience. Until now.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...

Workplaces are becoming the new closet for LGBTQ+ individuals

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