The DSM-5-TR misses an opportunity to create a more inclusive diagnosis of autism by clinging to outdated stereotypes. Confronting the misalignment between simplistic conservative diagnostic models and the complex varied ways neurodiversity presents in different people is essential.
Pepperdine prides itself on being a Christian institution with a mission of purpose, service and leadership — but what does that mean for female and LGBTQ+ students?
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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.
Gender identity does not always align with what’s in a person’s pants or their chromosomes — it dives into a person’s perception of themself.
In the midst of an ongoing discussion regarding identity and gender, respect should be the priority.
Photo courtesy of Scott Hutchins Editor’s Note: When being interviewed for this article, Scott Hutchins stated he preferred the use of the male pronouns. After sitting tensely in front of his computer for two hours, junior Scott Hutchins submitted a Facebook post that he said he had been waiting to post since the beginning of […]
The chance for transgender rights has come