Identity is foundational to finding oneself and navigating the social world. Four members of the Pepperdine community share moments that shaped their understanding of their own personal identities.
Pepperdine senior Cairo Walsh joins Celine and Anitiz to discuss Pride month and the intersectionality as a BIPOC and a Queer individual.
Relationships at Pepperdine are often serious, which leads to long term relationships and marriage. These relationships, of all shapes and sizes, appear plentiful in the Pepperdine community.
Screenwriter and TV show creator Blake Knight talks about his experience as a gay man at Pepperdine. He discusses his work and his engagement to Disney star Garrett Clayton.
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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.
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.