Out On Campus

As a cis-gendered woman, when I’m walking around campus any day of the week, I don’t usually think about how it could feel different if I identified as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, or any other identity not included in the Gender Binary we’re used to. On Wednesday, April 8th, I attended the Out On […]

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RuPaul’s Drag Race: Breaking or Reinforcing Cultural Stereotypes?

Photo courtesy of Flickr.com There’s good news and bad news. If you’ve never watched “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” a reality show about drag queens competing to become “The Next Drag Superstar,” then you’re in for a treat, but you’re also likely to experience some confusion over all of its cultural appropriation. Drag Race appears on Logo and […]

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Misogyny Behind Bisexual Stereotypes

To start off, I just wanted to say, bisexuality is a real thing. It’s real, there are people who identify as bisexual, so I don’t know how some people could simply say “no, they don’t exist, it’s not real.” The definition of bisexuality given on Bisexual.org is someone who has the romantic and/or sexual attraction to more than […]

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Links Round-Up

It’s time for our final links round-up this semester here at ShoutOut! The writers and I have really enjoyed bringing you interesting and informative stories every week, and we hope we’ve expanded your regular internet reading to even more amazing feminist blogs. Without further ado: JGrand50 brings us a look at next year’s Supreme Court case […]

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