Subconscious Communications of Queer Identity: From Schubert to Anohni and Modern Day Pop Music

Any kind of music can communicate environmental, behavioral, and aesthetic forces, and this can heal someone significantly through spiritual, subconscious communication, no matter what “level of artistry” the music is at.

This is About You

I have come to notice how invisible trans women are in our on-campus LGBT+ community. These spaces are assumed to be for trans women. Members claim to be proponents of trans women issues, and I’d like to believe them. However, I do not see tangible evidence of this.

I’m Not Google

"Our campus claims to be accepting of diverse identities, but even here, I have had to explain myself in countless situations. I don’t mean that I chose to; I mean that I had to. It’s not that the people to whom I had to explain myself weren’t well-meaning, it’s more that 'well-meaning' isn’t enough."

Not Just a Preference: Racism in Sex and Romance

I don’t care that you’re not into me, white boy number 3. What I care about is the racist practice and the racist structure that you uphold when you don’t like me for the color of my skin, and for the traits that are exclusively the purview of people like me.

Faking it: A Critical Review on MTV’s New “Fauxmosexual” Comedy

by: Francesca Lorén Last week MTV premiered its first pilot for a a show called “Faking It.”I saw the trailer and was horrified. From what I gathered in that moment, the show seemed to follow the lives of Karma and Amy, two straight girls accidentally outed as lesbians, who then choose to upkeep this lifestyle [...]