Posts tagged queer
Still Standing: Celebrating Pride When You Don’t Feel Like It

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Pride isn’t always a festive occasion for everyone, as we commemorate what the LGBTQIA community has endured and survived in past years. Tiffany Babb writes about the complex emotions that arise when we don’t feel celebratory during this month of rainbows and sparkles.

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No Gods, No Spirits, No Angels: The Religious Experience of Witnessing "Angels in America" as a Queer, Jewish Millennial

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In light of the Pulse and Tree of Life shootings, Eric Grant reflects on the importance of the legacy of queer history in connection with Tony Kushner’s Angels in America.

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A Survivor’s Guide To Surviving Surviving

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I forced myself to admit that, while things were irreparable, I was still holding on. That I was staying even though I should leave, because I believed her when she said no one else would love me.

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