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Sexual health, Kingston, and Queen’s

According to experts at Queen’s, sexual health is an individualized process that goes beyond STIs and is something students should care about.Continue...

Reconnecting with queer history makes our communities stronger

If there’s one thing that studying history makes abundantly clear about our world, it’s that everything must come from somewhere.Continue...

Queers 4 Peers makes Queen’s Queer community stronger

Queers 4 Peers is hosting a variety of events this year to offer support to the queer community at Queen’s.Continue...

Largest Kingston Pride festival held since start of pandemic

Kingston Pride had a “normal” Pride festival this June after facing COVID-19 restrictions for the past two years.Continue...

4 LGBTQ+ reads to pick up this June

Pride Month is here, and it’s the perfect time to infuse your summer reading with a little colour. Here are some of my favourite LGBTQ+ reads—plus one on my to-be-read list—that you should pick up this month.Continue...

‘Heartstopper’ gives Netflix audiences hope for more queer content

With an abundance of heteronormative romance movies and shows dominating Netflix, Heartstopper ’s queer focus is a breath of fresh air.

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How to be an ally every day, not just in June

Being an ally to the LGBTQ+ community is so much more than changing your profile picture to the rainbow flag.

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3 BIPOC-lead and queer-inclusive shows to binge this summer

With every corner of the internet saturated with new media, it’s hard to parse through it all and find fun, quality shows that promote diverse perspectives.Continue...

Exploring the gender-affirming healthcare system in Kingston

Kingston resident Alex Haagaard first began seeking out medical gender transition in early 2021.

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Queen’s Clubs aren’t showing true solidarity during Pride

The first time I experienced queer joy was in June of 2019 at a local queer prom.Continue...

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