28 Feb 2018

LGBTQ activists discuss creating “safe zones”

LGBTQ rights activists Leslie McMurray and Katie Sprinke spoke at a “creating safe zones” panel on Feb. 22 during free period in Lou’s Place. According txwes.edu, McMurray an insurance assistant coordinator in Dallas who has contributed to the Dallas Voice, NBC, and The New York Times, serves on the Dallas

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26 Jan 2018

Former volleyball player accuses head coach of discrimination

A former Texas Wesleyan volleyball player has accused head coach Priscilla Morgan of kicking her off the team because she is a lesbian. Brittni Mohle, a sophomore who had played for Texas Wesleyan since her freshman year, said Thursday that Morgan removed her from the team on Dec. 6, 2017,

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10 Oct 2017

The world lost an icon when Hugh Hefner died

On Sept. 27, the world lost Hugh Hefner, an icon who was dynamic in not only the sexual revolution, but also the civil rights movement and the fight for LGBT equality. Hefner, who died at age 91 in his Beverly Hills estate, was often portrayed in a negative light because

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31 Mar 2017

Why you should be true to yourself

With the current political climate, it is important to remind people that the Texas Senate approved Senate Bill 6, which would require transgender people to use bathrooms in public schools, government buildings and other publicly-owned facilities that match their “biological sex” and not their gender identity, according to texastribune.org. As

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31 Mar 2017

Transitioning problems for students

On Feb. 22, the Trump administration revoked federal guidelines put in place during the Obama administration, specifying that transgender students only have the right to use public bathrooms that match their identities, according to an article in the Washington Post. The Barack Obama administration had set guidelines for expanded transgender

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