Addressing [Mis]Representation–LGBTQ Narratives Sparking Change Thursday, April 29 12:00-12:45 p.m. CST Speakers: Jess Braverman, Andrea Jenkins, Erin Maye Quade Moderated
I spent several hours reading the notecards and remembering what it was like to be loved unconditionally.
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.
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It was about three years into our time as a couple when my partner shared a truth about identifying as a man.
A mother shares her own journey as she navigates alongside a child whose gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation evolved
LGBTQ+ content is made possible by Ellie Krug In November 2016, Minnesota elected the first openly transgender Black woman to public
Dykes Do Drag- the title says a mouthful but not all there is to say. Dykes Do Drag are queers
Ellie Krug (photo by Sarah Whiting) It took decades of self-denial, and bargaining, and a good amount of self-hatred, before
LGBTQ+ content is made possible by Ellie Krug As a young trans woman of color, I wasn’t aware of the Stonewall
The bomb came at the end of an already emotion-laced conversation — two hours this time — in what had
Ellie Krug has a deep voice. You’ll notice it right away when you hear her speak, and she knows it. She’ll often