Students part of the LGBTQ community share their dating horror stories in this year’s special OUTober issue.
That fateful morning in 1969 ignited demands for gay rights.
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…]
In this week’s special episode, News Editor Julia Terbeche discusses the Daily Forty-Niner’s second-ever OUTober issue and stories focused on the LGBTQ community, including violence against trans women and a feature on Hamburger Mary’s Bar and Grille. Arts and Life Editor Paris Barraza touches on the history of drag and ball culture, and Special Projects Editor Peter Villafane reads his letter from the editor as well as shares his experience as a transgender man.
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.
The course teaches students to consider “how queer manifests itself outside the body.”
Kathryn J. Perkins, assistant professor and internship director of the political science department, shares her story of transitioning while teaching at CSULB.
Transgender community in Long Beach has access to safe spaces, other places in the U.S. aren’t so lucky
Transgender youth rely on these communal spaces in order to fully develop themselves.