“Shut up — I totally can.”
“You can still be a fan even if you don’t know what the celebrity’s favorite color was when they were 13 or what their mom makes on Thanksgiving.”
Gendered language is impossible to escape from.
Butler students and staff react to SB 480 passing into law.
Governor Eric Holcomb signs SB 480, a bill restricting gender-affirming care for transgender youth.
“A not-insignificant portion of our peers is receiving extremely mixed messages when it comes to issues of sex and sexuality.”
“Bills such as these that restrict the rights of LGBTQ+ individuals are abominable, and our opposition is unequivocal.”
“This transition from the trenches of transphobia to a haven of acceptance and inclusion seemed almost too good to be true. Spoiler alert: it was.”
Living coed allows students to live with the people they want to and make the most out of their time at Butler.
The world has continued to allow the abuse and belittling of women to pop up decade after decade in new ways every time. The next generation of young men should be trying to stop these social issues, not create new ones.