Maybe you've heard of a feminist click moment, but do you remember what your queer click moment was? Kayla Smith, Women's Center student staff member, collected queer click moment stories for the blog. Thanks to those who contributed! That moment when the lightbulb went off in your head and a little (or loud) voice said "Holy… Continue reading Whats your queer click moment?
A short reflection by Shira Devorah, Women's Center student staff. I bought my own copy of Dirty River (even though the Women's Center has a copy you can loan now thanks to the UMBC's LGBTQ Faculty & Staff Association recent donation), and I'm really glad that I did. I got to underline the poetry and the words that… Continue reading Dirty River – A Book Review
A reflection written by Women’s Center staff member, MJ Jalloh Jamboria The following is a little of my experience as a queer Muslim person. I recognize that my experience is not reflective of Islam, nor of the community of people I met at the Interfaith Center. For the first time since last Eid al-Fitr, a… Continue reading A Call to Prayer: My Return to the Muslim Community
A post written by Women's Center Intern, Daniel. So you're out at your favorite vegan coffee shop sipping your $6 soy latte while reading City Paper and you peek over the top of it just in time to see a blue-haired cutie send a glance your way and wink as they strut out the door.… Continue reading Gay Hair