February 29, 2016 in inQueery
Two students at a rural Tennessee high school started a GSA at their school and ignited a storm of bigotry and bullying.
February 22, 2016 in inQueery
In 1972, University of GA students got together and put on a queer dance for the community. Do you remember the first time you attended a queer event?
December 9, 2015 in inQueery
Lauren is back with five ways to give yourself a break this holiday – read more on her tips for self-care.
December 2, 2015 in inQueery
Coming out has enough strains, stress and fear to be overly taxing for any person embarking on a journey to bring their true, authentic self into the world. Being in a straight marriage, sometimes with kids, sometimes with a hostile partner and family, increases that stress exponentially.
November 25, 2015 in inQueery
Lauren offers a two-part post on managing stress during the holidays. This week, read some tips on dealing with gatherings and family members – events that can be particularly fraught for LGBTQ people.
November 23, 2015 in inQueery
Salt Lake City, in a state that’s known more for its conservative LDS population than its LGBT communities, just elected an out lesbian mayor, Jackie Biskupski.
November 16, 2015 in inQueery
Rebecca Kaplan, Oakland mayor and local queer figure, is leading the charge against gun violence in the East Bay.
November 9, 2015 in inQueery
On October 7, Governor Brown signed signed the LGBT Disparities Reduction Act that requires some state agencies to collect voluntary self-reported demographic information on sexual orientation and gender identity. David Chiu (shown below), the sponsor and main driver of the bill, told the San Francisco Bay Times, After years of being left out of statewide demographic data, LGBT individuals will now be able to share their experiences to provide much-needed data to understand, and ultimately re…
November 4, 2015 in inQueery
Sharing stories is a very human endeavor; they are part of our culture and help us understand our place in it. Beckie’s three coming out experiences reflect a lifetime of resilience and her drive to help others -read her narrative in this two-part series.
November 2, 2015 in inQueery
David Baldwin is suing the FAA for employment discrimination in Federal Court, alleging that existing anti-discrimination law covers LGBT folk. This is an extremely important case that may create a national precedent.
October 26, 2015 in inQueery
This week, Stan features an American philanthropist who is contributing to the fight against cyber bullying.