“Today, June 30, on the last day of Pride month, the Supreme Court of the United States granted businesses the right to deny service to LGBTQ+ individuals based on the business owner’s religious beliefs.”
University surveys help the public understand the demographics present on campus, but transgender and nonbinary student data has fallen through the cracks.
Anti-LGBTQIA+ bills, such as SB 480 and HB 1608, continue to make progress during the Indiana General Assembly 2023 session.
“The affiliated faculty of the race, gender and sexuality studies program, as well as the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, are in support of and work in solidarity with our LGBTQIA+ students and fellow Hoosiers in the face of legislation that is intended to undermine their flourishing and deny their existence.”
If passed on the House floor, the bill would censor conversations about LGBTQ+ people in schools.
IU TikToker calls out the university for ongoing harassment on the basis of his gender and sexuality.
Some Internet users are using accusations of queerbaiting to demand intimate knowledge of an actor’s personal identity.
Butler University’s Counseling and Consultation Services offer suicide prevention and LGBTQ+ allyship training for staff and students every semester
Sister Cindy’s brash intolerance has made her a figurehead of free speech, but is that enough of an excuse for what she does?
Delicious? Questionably. Inexpensive? Not really. Homophobic? Undoubtedly.