Because a queer woman starring in a summer blockbuster is worth celebrating.
I read this book to children and they knew, in a way that stunned me actually, that Jeremiah Nebula is the product of dealing
Vassar enlightened me, educated me and made me feel accepted. I felt inspired to bring that feeling of inclusiveness to all those in the LGBTQIA+ community who are not quite as fortunate to find such a place to call home.
Airing on a station that has become increasingly white, it is troubling to see the trailers of HBO's Looking and see few, so few, faces of color. While I know that it is set in contemporary San Francisco, all I can help but wonder is, "Is the gay mecca really that snowy?"
From my chair, one I've been sitting in for a long time, there are some big issues that are holding the LGBT community back. Many of us are in denial about some of the most obvious obstacles we have -- or have created -- to moving our community forward.