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LGBTQ+ special edition
You can also access the full issue here: https://issuu.com/pgm-pepperdinegraphicmedia/docs/finalpdfonline Table of Contents Letter From the Editor The Queer Lingo Dictionary Learn Queer Issues to Counteract LGBTQIAP+ Discrimination The ABCs of LGBTQ+ Exposing LGBTQ+ Stereotypes in Favor of Representing Truth Only the Beginning: A Look into Crossroads’ Past Four The Intersection of Psychology and the LGBTQ+ Perspective […]
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.
Hear what LGBTQ+ students have to say about why they came to Pepperdine.
To have a full conversation about queer issues, one needs to understand the words that are being used.
Through trials and tribulations, Crossroads made Pepperdine Seaver history when it became the first LGBTQ+ club to be approved by the university.
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.
There are passages in the Bible that tend to be most cited by people when discussing what Scripture says about homosexuality. Here is how some interpret these passages.