Invisibility Series: Elderly LGBT

February 4, 2015 in inQueery

In the fourth and final installment of her invisibility series, guest writer Aurora Smith discusses the plight of the LGBT elderly. Invisible in different ways than their younger counterparts, LGBT elderly face daily struggles that the younger generation can and should not only relate to, but help with.

InQueery NEWS Live: January Kick-Off (The Return of Failed Sports Metaphors featuring Taiwanese Pop music and Queer Web Series)

January 21, 2015 in inQueery

If one of your resolutions is to expand your worldview through music, news or new queer shows online, we’ve got plenty of recommendations in this episode.

InQueery News Live with Special Guest, InQueery News Writer JJ Part 1

November 12, 2014 in inQueery

In this edition, join Leo, Katie and special guest JJ in discussions on the generation gap when it comes to LGBT rights and relationships, “aggressive monogamy,” smegma, and much, much more!

InQueery News Live: September Edition

October 22, 2014 in inQueery

Leo and Katie once again find themselves at a UC Berkeley studio to dish on life, love, good news and bad news. In this edition, Tinder is the gift that keeps on giving — things to talk about, that is. There’s also talk of a fake gay marriage and good news for transgender youth!

InQueery News: Ben Whishaw and Ian Thorpe Come Out, Sexual Arousal Surveys, Two and a Half Men and more!

September 3, 2014 in inQueery

Arousal studies, fake gay fictional adoption, man servants, the obligatory marriage talk and more! Recorded on August 4, 2014.

50 Years of Gays in the Media & in the Streets: The 2000’s

July 16, 2014 in inQueery

The Gay Media and Movements series is sadly coming to an end with this piece on the previous decade in America. Read this most recent installment and revel in how much has changed in such a short time.

InQueery News: Marriage Equality, Wall Street Families and “Sounding Gay”

July 2, 2014 in inQueery

Thank you all for joining us once again for InQueery news LIVE. In this episode, we discuss updates on marriage equality as well as if there’s such a thing as “sounding gay.”

To Be Gay. To Be Republican.

May 7, 2014 in inQueery

Eyebrows are raised, conversations are stalled, and looks are given when the topic comes up. As if it were a paradox that shouldn’t exist, the matter of gay republicans has been meet with either joyful glee or intense ire. InQueery Writer J.J. Medina revisits the Republican party’s view of queer issues – their track record and where they’re going.

The Battles Won and the Boycotts: When is Enough Enough?

April 23, 2014 in inQueery

While a sea of change is on the way for LBGT individuals everywhere, what about those who publicly resisted it? JJ Medina explores the unlikely consequences for businesses and individuals who opposed same-sex legislation.

Hip Hop Meets Homophobia

March 12, 2014 in inQueery

While everyone else is busy criticizing Russia’s handling of LBGT issues in wake of the Sochi Olympics, the U.S. has plenty of homophobia to go around when it comes to the rap community. InQueery contributer J.J. Medina explores which artists are the worst offenders, and offers some suggestions on who we should be listening to instead.

Could a Successful Marriage Equality Push Come From the Right?

February 5, 2014 in inQueery

We have all heard that support for same-sex marriage is creeping up across the country but the source of the biggest jump may surprise you: a significant push is coming from the right. With marriage equality falling off the radar for average Democrats, is it possible that it will actually be the Republicans that will deliver us equal rights?

InQueery News: Gay Sex in Pakistan, Pat Robertson’s HIV delusions, Gay Veteran Rights & more

October 16, 2013 in inQueery

Thank you all for joining us on this special edition of InQueery news LIVE. This week we’re discussing gay sex in Pakistan, an update on Pat Robert’s continued spree of bigotry, and more!

Real Talk with Dr. Carrington: Part Deux

August 7, 2013 in inQueery

This week we finish our talk with Dr. Carrington about marriage, family life, and domesticity. See what he has to say about living in a just unjust society, healthcare reform, and his new project about gay holidays.

Breaking the Girls: A Film Review

July 17, 2013 in inQueery

An edgy new lesbian film debuted at Frameline 2013. The film isn’t just about a sapphic love affair, but is also an intense ride full of murder, deception and desire. InQueery blog staff editor Jax reviews ‘Breaking The Girls.’ The film opens this August, be sure to check it out!

Real Talk with: Dr. Carrington

July 3, 2013 in inQueery

Dr. Carrington, a professor of the Sexuality Studies department at San Francisco State University, allows us some time to talk about LBGT family life, gender identity, equality, and why same-sex marriage rights are a double-edged sword in the first half of this two-part interview.

What About Gay Divorce?

June 19, 2013 in inQueery

For LGBTQ couples trying to get a divorce is even harder than trying to get married. Why is it so difficult for same-sex couples to get a divorce?

Trickle-Down Rights (Part 2)

April 29, 2013 in inQueery

Thatcher recently gained additional funding from the Haas Scholars Program in order to travel to Austin, Texas, where he will conduct additional interviews and expand the scope of his research. Travelling to Austin—considered a “liberal hub” of Texas—will enable him to explore the impact of “regionality” on shaping the attitudes toward the LGBT rights movement. This perspective is necessary, as he elucidates, because: A lot of LGBT research, or queer research, is done in the bay area, and while …

Trickle-Down Rights (Part 1)

April 24, 2013 in inQueery

The increasingly publicized debates around same-sex marriage have recently left the LGBTQ rights movement open to scrutiny; while many have demonstrated their support for this agenda, some remain skeptical of the emphasis mainstream political leaders are placing on the right to marry. Thatcher Combs—a junior sociology major at UC Berkeley—falls into this latter, and arguably, smaller group. During the Fall 2012 semester, Thatcher was awarded a fellowship from UC Berkeley’s McNnair Scholars Progr…

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