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RuPaul’s Celebrity Drag Race

June 29, 2020 Brittany J. Rosario 0

In this special four-episode event, three different RuPaul’s Drag Race fan favorite celebrities are challenged with being given a drag transformation. Their drag mothers, played by previous Drag Race stars, teach them the basics of getting into drag and owning the stage. Then the celebrities battle it out in classic Read More Read More

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My Coming Out Story

June 27, 2020 Brittany J. Rosario 0

When I was in second grade who I had the biggest crush on this girl in my art class named Chelsea. One day after school, she pulled me aside to the end of a hallway near a stairway and kissed me on the cheek. I was surprised when she told Read More Read More

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The Future of Gender Neutral

June 26, 2020 Brittany J. Rosario 0

When I was in college, I took a course called “Feminist Philosophy.” I found myself looking through some old essays and projects when I came across a hypothetical scenario that asked us to describe what society would be like if gender neutral was adapted as a social norm. I remembered Read More Read More

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History of the Human Rights Campaign

June 24, 2020 Brittany J. Rosario 0

In 1980, one of the most exemplary nonprofit organizations was established, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC). Their mission statement is to end discrimination against LGBTQ+ citizens and realize a nation that achieves fundamental fairness and equality for all. The HRC continues to make strides in accomplishing this mission statement by Read More Read More

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The Stonewall Uprising

June 23, 2020 Brittany J. Rosario 0

History of the Stonewall Inn In the mid-1960s, the Genovese crime family owned most of the gay bars in Greenwich Village, NYC. In 1966, they purchased the Stonewall Inn (a “straight” bar and restaurant at the time), renovated it, and reopened it the next year as a gay bar. Stonewall Inn Read More Read More

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Lost-n-Found Youth in Atlanta, GA

June 1, 2020 Brittany J. Rosario 0

A major problem within the LGBTQIA community is that families and friends aren’t always as supportive and accepting as we would think they would be. This leads to interpersonal conflict through political debates, personal opinions, and can cause psychological trauma to the LGBTQIA individual involved because they feel unloved and Read More Read More

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Women’s History Month 2018

March 11, 2018 Brittany J. Rosario 0

Within the last century, women have accomplished many things from the right to vote to the right to own property to being some of the most influential and powerful people in society. In recognition of these successes, the celebration of Women’s History Month has come into existence. In the beginning, Read More Read More

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Sex in Kemetic & Eastern Cultures

November 21, 2016 Brittany J. Rosario 0

When I was a teenager I was always curious to explore and learn more about my sexuality and the sexuality of other cultures. I would watch sexually explicit documentaries that were talked about the historical and spiritual aspects of love and sex. So when I watched: Ancient Egypt’s SEX Life & The History Read More Read More