TikTok's reporting feature is being abused and it's hurting queer creators. Today is the beginning of Pride month in the USA, and TikTok is expected to dole out a Pride campaign similar to that of 2021.
✍️Abby Skye | Katie MulcahyOn June 1st, 2021, Naomi Osaka announced she was pulling out of the French Open for tennis. She cited mental health and social anxiety as the reason for this withdrawal. Some people didn’t understand, but others took it as a wake-up call to take care of
✍️Abby Skye | Katie MulcahyDrag is an exciting lifestyle to examine because it is full of many different styles and personas from thousands of artists across the world. It is a performance of appearing masculine or feminine and exaggerating features that are traditional to whichever side. It also has a rich
✍️Marrisa Doud | Eva Clark> “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” One of Irish playwright Oscar Wilde’s most famous quotes, and no one is more of an expert on being themself in the face of adversity than Oscar Wilde. Wilde was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1854. His full
✍️Marrisa Doud | Eva Clark> “Darling, I want my gay rights now! I think it’s about time the gay brothers and sisters got their rights, especially the women!” says Marsha P. Johnson, as she watches a Pride Parade stroll by in an old recording. Aside from being the generous queen
✍️Abby Skye | Katie MulcahyDid you know in ancient Thebes, an army was compiled with 300 men – more specifically – 150 gay couples? The idea behind this was that men would fight with more dedication to protect or impress their lover, and it worked! This group was called “The Sacred Band of
“Open for a Surprise” July 2017 – May 2021 If you’re as hopelessly online as the rest of us, you may have noticed the current buzz on Twitter. This surge in discourse revolves around one of the most quintessential characteristics of the platform – the crop. In its most recent update,