What is internalized homophobia? Internalized homophobia is a term used to describe the process by which LGBTQ+ individuals come to accept and believe negative stereotypes about themselves.
Since coming out as LGBTQIA+ can be so mentally, emotionally, and physically draining, we have put together this comprehensive one-stop guide covering key tips and considerations for navigating any coming out situation. From friends, to family, to work, and everything in between.
✍️Marrisa Doud | Eva ClarkThe LGBTQ+ community has a lot to celebrate and be proud of, which is one of the reasons why we have flags and parades and Pride month. But sometimes these flags can be a bit confusing, so here is a comprehensive guide to the different LGBTQ+ flags
✍️Abby Skye | Katie MulcahyLaws and rulings in the justice system are necessary for the LGBTQ+ community for many reasons. When bills are passed and judgments are made, they can significantly help or hinder the people under those jurisdictions. The idea of significance from the justice system does not only apply
✍️Marrisa Doud | Ellie Brown> “With his charm and good looks and his magnetic presence he was the embodiment of youthful American masculinity,” is how actor George Takei described his friend Tab Hunter in the documentary Tab Hunter Confidential. Hunter was an icon of the boomer generation when they were young
✍️Marrisa Doud | Ellie BrownMarvel Studios has prevailed as one of the most advanced and evolved forms of world-building the entertainment industry has ever seen with twenty movies spanning over a ten-year period. The storylines of each movie connect and are weaved together by the smallest details and the biggest plotlines.
✍️Abby Skye | Katie Mulcahy“In the closet” is a phrase frequently used to describe someone in the LGBTQ+ community who has not yet come out publicly about their sexual, romantic, or gender orientation. Living ‘in the closet’ is not something people always choose to do. Sometimes, they must do it