posted August 13, 2009 01:00 PM by Johnny_Panic
A short paper on the etymology of the word "queer"-how it first entered the English language and how its meaning has changed over time. Full post/video > > >
posted June 9, 2009 02:16 PM by rickweber
This blog is all about Pride. It features viewpoints from SCN members and pictures from various Prides around the country and from around the world. Full post/video > > >
posted April 8, 2009 09:04 PM by Philly99100
One student's high school experience with homophobia from peers and his reconnection with hope in the healing process. Full post/video > > >
posted April 5, 2009 01:10 AM by Ronin_301
I still remember high school. Both the good times and the bad. And, growing up as a homosexual teen, I clearly remember the experience and ordeal of coming out to family and friends. It's a time that I don't think will soon be forgotten, and one I would rather not live through again. Full post/video > > >
posted March 23, 2009 12:53 AM by bretth4
This is a discussion about a new resolution before the United Nations General Assembly regarding Gay Rights. Full post/video > > >
posted February 8, 2009 03:36 PM by Neko150
Fall 2008 was a fierce time in America for politics. In addition to the massively publicized political campaigns being driven by both Democrat and Republican hopefuls for the 44th seat of the American presidency, a different fight was happening in California. Full post/video > > >
posted February 7, 2009 12:12 AM by Zyto95487
The United States military has a long and proud history. In 1776, they fought against great odds and a superior force to win independence from a nation that didn't offer basic rights to their colonies. In 1861, they fought against their brothers and cousins to grant basic freedoms to an entire race of people. Full post/video > > >
posted February 4, 2009 08:37 PM by Zyto95487
Marriage. It's just a word, but it is a word that gets very strong reactions from a lot of people. To many, it represents the joining of two people, usually a male and a female, in a religious ceremony under the blessing of God. To others, it is a way of making their relationship legitimate, a way for them to get mutual benefits, and to grant them certain rights. Full post/video > > >
posted February 4, 2009 08:03 PM by rickweber
The first story comes from The Advocate's interview with comedian Wanda Sykes. She came out very publicly around the time Prop 8 was passed in California. I love her stand-up, and I'm really glad she's part of the "family" Full post/video > > >
posted February 2, 2009 01:24 PM by bretth4
Today Johanna Sigurdardottir became the Prime Minister of Iceland, making her the first openly gay head of government anywhere in the modern world. Full post/video > > >
posted February 2, 2009 10:53 AM by Provectus
As an openly gay student paramedic, and first and foremost a public service here in the UK, I feel its important to show you that the world is changing for the better...though I'm not sure my job is the right one to use. But hey! Its a fun way to do it. Full post/video > > >
posted January 27, 2009 12:25 AM by rickweber
Hello everyone! My blog will mostly be weekly GLBT-related news and commentary. I felt like it was important to have such a blog, because most people don't keep up with the news. Full post/video > > >
posted January 26, 2009 01:18 AM by Ronin_301
There's one thing I want to get out of the way right off the bat. I am Canadian. Therefore, I'm looking at this particular situation from a slightly more detached perspective than many people I have talk to about this. You see, where I'm from, there's never been much of an issue with homosexuals serving in the military. Full post/video > > >
posted January 20, 2009 04:51 PM by Jeff
As the head of the overall website, Student.com, I am just writing the initial post for the blog. Then I'll exit the stage. From here on in, it will be written by a number of different users in our community. Full post/video > > >
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