Even during unprecedented times like these, we need to have conversations around LGBTQ+ issues and get back to the simple truth — we are all human.
To have a full conversation about queer issues, one needs to understand the words that are being used.
It’s more than just an acronym. The letters L, G, B, T, Q and more represent a whole population of identities.
Gay Marriage wasn’t the end of queer rights in America.
With various types of stereotypes and misconceptions in the world, it’s important to understand some of the grossly exaggerated and harmful stereotypes that people in the LGBTQ+ community continue to face.
A Religion student, Religion professors and church leaders discuss and share their thoughts on the conversation around queerness and the Bible.
The LGBTQ+ community stands for equality in a heteronormative world, but not all letters are equal in queer spaces.
Laws prove to be regressive, instead of progressive.
The demand for LGBT rights at Pepperdine fuels a protest.
The chance for transgender rights has come