Dr. Kathryn Perkins opens up about her journey as a trans woman and an educator in a volatile political climate.
Even in California, living as a transgender individual can be difficult and stressful. Since attending Long Beach State, I have felt welcomed and accepted with open arms.
Companies sell Pride-themed merchandise every June, to cater to the LGBTQ+ community, but these companies aren’t as supportive as they appear.
Students got a taste of five different cultures during Cultural Welcome Week on campus.
Drag queens, hula-hoops and counterculture polaroids were some of the many experiences available in the opening reception of the new on-campus exhibit, “Drag Show.”
On the 50-year anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, hundreds of people marched in Long Beach to protest the overturning of the landmark case.
Current and upcoming LGBTQ+ educators at CSULB share their thoughts on the complexities of expressing their identity in the classroom.