Article by Rachel Allison, Mississippi State University and Chris Knoester For all of the gains LGBTQ people have made over the past few decades, sports remain a highly visible reminder that homophobia and transphobia persist. In recent years, more professional athletes, from U.S. women’s soccer team player Tierna Davidson toContinue Reading

Article by Elizabeth Saewyc, University of British Columbia; Ace Chan, University of British Columbia, and Ashley B. Taylor, University of British Columbia Trans and non-binary youth in Canada continue to experience targeted violence and discrimination, however, according to the 2019 Canadian Trans and Non-binary Youth Health Survey, they are thrivingContinue Reading

Article by Benjamin Hanckel, Western Sydney University and Shiva Chandra, Western Sydney University During COVID-19 lockdowns, a major concern for LGBTIQ+ communities, mental health professionals and academics was that young lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and questioning, intersex and asexual+ people may suffer from being stuck in transphobic, biphobic orContinue Reading

Have you ever gotten a notification on your phone from Twitter about a contact creating an account, but nothing looks familiar? Perhaps it takes you to an adult alternate reality game profile for an anthropomorphic pink otter? You can’t just let that go, right? You’re gonna dig around and seeContinue Reading

On the third episode of WHIMSICALLY VOLATILE, Katya & Craig discuss energies and vibrations, Barbara Markay, adhering to disciplines, dealing with boredom, anxiety addictions, friendships, the sordid history of the nation, and tricks paying you with your own money. This show just keeps getting better and better.Continue Reading

Transgender people are disproportionately the victims of violence and murder, often the result of transphobia. Over the last decade, each year has surpassed the previous as the deadliest on record for the trans community in the United States as the federal government mostly ignores the issue. Violence is never OK,Continue Reading