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.
A woman appears to have been cured of HIV for the first time ever, in a breakthrough in the fight against thevirus. TheNew York Timesreported that the method used, which involves a stem cell transplant, could lead to more racially diverse people being cured of the virus in the future.
✍️Marrisa Doud | Eva ClarkIt’s pretty standard that we start seriously questioning our sexual orientation and gender identity when we’re teenagers. If that’s true for you, I’m sure you’ve thought to yourself, “In a few years, I’ll go to college where things are just different.
✍️Abby Skye | Katie MulcahyOn August 12, 2021, the Human Rights Campaign– in partnership with support from the Rockefeller Foundation– released a new study that came with shocking, yet welcoming results. This article will be a summary of the study, along with its impact and implications on the LGBTQ+ community. The
✍️Randi Whipple | Michael OSalekh Magamadov and Ismail Isayev escaped police in Chechnya in April of 2020, detained for being opposing the government, specifically on the Telegram app, an instant messaging service. However, experts believe they were also arrested for their sexual orientations. In Chechnya, they were tortured for this opposition,
“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,
✍️Hazel | Ellie BrownIn just under one year, COVID-19 cases in the United States have spiked from 16 cases in March 2020 to nearly 560,000 in this past week alone. Everyone you know is probably either wearing a mask or telling you to wear a mask – but is that really