Here is a look into the origins of drag and ball culture that is now ingrained into modern day society.
We march on the path paved by bricks our predecessors threw for us. Many people, including those in the queer community, do not know queer history. It is important to acknowledge the people who paved the way for LGBTQ activism as we know it, especially the people of color who[Read More…]
Long Beach State has implemented an option for students to select their preferred pronouns on their MyCSULB student portal.
A historic home of the LGBTQ community’s last day is a reminder of its vibrant past.
CSULB annual Homecoming returned, Nov. 9, crowing student Brandon Ha as he stood in his dragsona, Yakisoba. Though the win speaks to the diverse campus culture, it is especially meaningful to Ha.
The Rho Chapter of Delta Lambda Phi is the only LGBTQ fraternity in CSULB’s Greek system. The frat is a second home for gay, bisexual, and transgender men seeking a club free of toxic masculinity.
No one’s coming out story is the same. Members of Long Beach State’s LGBTQ+ community share their individual coming out stories in the Daily Forty-Niner video series, “Out of the Closet.”
In the United States, we have organized society around the idea that there are only two genders and that everyone is sexual. When, in fact, many societies have existed for ages that recognize a multitude of genders and a spectrum of sexuality.
For Spill the Tea: OUTober edition, students give their take on untrue perceptions of the LGBTQ+ community and how they fit outside these molds.
Kathryn J. Perkins, assistant professor and internship director of the political science department, shares her story of transitioning while teaching at CSULB.