A not-so very gentle reminder that we’ve mentioned quite a few times: Coming to terms with one’s sexuality is something that is personal and should be done in one’s own time. A person’s sexuality shouldn’t have to be coerced “out” of them, and they should be the only ones with the agency of choosing when […]
On June the 13th, former American Idol finalist David Archuleta posted a long and emotional post on his Instagram and Facebook, pouring his heart out about the struggle of balancing his faith and his sexuality. David writes: “I’ve been open to myself and my close family for some years now that I am not sure […]
Just in case you were living under a rock this past week, Demi Lovato recently came out as non-binary and changed their pronouns to they/them. Through a thread on Twitter, the popular singer-songwriter stated that their coming out had “come after a lot of healing [and] self-reflective work.” They also stated that sharing the news […]
Are schools and libraries in the United States protected from censorship? Not according to the American Library Association.
From the way we experience touch, to how we meet people, date and love, 2020 has been a strange kind of year for our private lives. But what can we take away, what will remain as we head into 2021? Who better to ask than François Kraus, head of the political and current affairs service […]
Their performance has deep roots in Cameroon. The form arose in patriarchal communities where women were forbidden “to raise their voices in public.”