Supporting LGBTQ+ Students

February 21, 2018 in inQueery

Supporting LGBTQ+ Students A far from comprehensive list of methods and resources for supporting students that belong to the LGBTQ+ community, and modeling correct behaviors for other students to become allies. I was in middle school the first time I witnessed a friend (I will call him David) being mocked because someone said he was gay. In groups of four, we turned short stories into skits. My group was assigned a fairy tale, and we chose David to play Prince Charming. The neighboring group ove…

It Gets Bitter – September 2017

September 18, 2017 in inQueery

Our monthly comic feature by Leslie Ewing!

Reilly: Hope is Not Lost

November 17, 2016 in inQueery

In this response, Reilly discusses fear as a political tool and how it’s hurting our youth.

Preparing for the Next 4 Years

November 15, 2016 in inQueery

    Wondering what to do next, given the uncertainty that has come with this election?  The internet’s got you covered. Ariel Federow, a performance artist living in Brooklyn, NY, began a collaborative effort to create a plan of action.  The “Oh Shit!  What Should I Do Before January?” Guide is just that – an open document of resources and information to protect yourself and your legal/human rights under the new regime.  It includes everything from health and we…

What Does Ferguson Mean for the LGBTQIA Community?

January 28, 2015 in inQueery

The recent events in Ferguson, MO have put the spotlight on police brutality, and have revealed a number of wider systemic issues. The particular intersection of racism and trans prejudice in the criminal justice system means that transgender people of color experience the brunt of discrimination by law enforcement in the LGBTQ community. It’s up to our community to stand against these injustices.

Top

Join Our Mailing List

*
*
*
*
* required