In a heteronormative, capitalist society, there is an expected sequence of life events that form the human experience.
For me, it is about wanting to be loved as the true, real me — a woman with a way-too-deep-voice, who is an idealist trying to change the world for the better with what time she has left.
The sex education that youth are typically taught in schools is not comprehensive. It often focuses on abstinence only, which
Sometimes it can be easier for people to open up to a stranger.
I noticed an increase in discussion about whether restorative justice could be an appropriate response to gender-based violence, including sexual assault and intimate partner violence.
I was shocked because I had never seen my state in any sort of queer history. Since then, I strive to bring forward the visibility of rural queer people.
“There are so many queer artists and so many trans artists who found a home in 20%, myself included.”
I wonder if my grandmother and I missed the boat. Did we share some kind of outsider status?
“Patient No More” is a new documentary airing on PBS created by local filmmaker Diana Fraser. We asked Fraser to talk about the movie, and offer a summary review.
One of the pecking order determinants: whether you were born with a penis or a vagina. From there, almost everything else flows in terms of power, rewards, expectations, domestic duties, childcare sharing, and sexual expectations.
As we celebrate Pride Month, we amplify voices that our unique Minnesota Women’s Press magazine has shared since 1985.
Twin Cities Pride Festival, Naomi Wallace play reading, short film competition, Lakewood Cemetery art therapy, Greater Than Fear series