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“It seemed to me that he only vetoed the bill because it would reflect badly on his and Indiana’s reputation if he didn’t. Instead of being critical of the bill, he gives lighthearted, even sympathetic feedback which is unacceptable to me.”
The annual holiday celebrates trans people while acknowledging the ongoing struggle for equality.
In addition to being bullied at school, transgender students now have to face bullying from the politicians that are supposed to be protecting their rights.
It’s possible to keep Ginsburg’s faults in mind while simultaneously mourning the very real loss of a person whose entire career focused on protecting women and the queer community. It’s vital that we remember her individual activism as flawed and narrow, while acknowledging that rights and freedoms we take for granted could be lost without her.
Alliance hosts a week worth of events to celebrate LGBTQ+ History Month.
Super Happy Fun America wants to fight back against what has done them wrong: a gay rat man on a children’s television show.
Indiana’s first all queer music festival will premiere at the Pioneer bar in Fountain Square on Sept. 7.
In March, fraternity property was vandalized with a homophobic slur. Alliance, Butler’s LGBTQ+ organization, writes that the university’s response has been poor.
Two weeks ago, vandalism including a homophobic slur along with another inappropriate word and image was spray painted in front of the Delta Tau Delta house near campus. After this recent act of vandalism, the conversation of hate speech continues to affect campus, specifically Butler’s LGBTQ+ community.