Tag Archives: queer

Black Words in a Dark World.

August is Black. What do you do when your stance is apocalyptic? When the things you say aren’t very analytic? All you see is the destruction of the planet But your voice is so muted that all you do is … Continue reading

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On Laila Nur’s Born Day WE Get a Present.

If y’all don’t know Laila Nur, you need to. Here Well, it was just Laila’s Born Day (Happy Born Day!) and in celebration, she blessed the WORLD with this amazing video that is ALL about blackness! CHECK OUT THIS DOPENESS: … Continue reading

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Polyamory: A Brief Call to Open-Minded Critical Thought and Solidarity

Greetings, fellow comrades! In light of Pride month I thought I would write a little something about a marginalized style of love relation. Aside from surface structural critiques of the actual term, polyamory (along with other non-monogamous forms of love relations) has often … Continue reading

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What’s in a Name? Labeling and Gender Nonconformity

I’m dedicating this little aside to a recent injustice my cohort had to deal with, which has led us to action. What’s the big deal about gender neutral bathrooms? I mean, we already have them in a way. The situation that … Continue reading

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