QUEERNESS: Represented In Pastel Art Films And Male Fantasy Driven Porn

Art cinema used to have a reputation for being the forte of pretentious but cultured film scholars with a penchant for dreamscapes and earthy soundtracks. Over the years, that has definitely changed and art films have become more accessible to larger consumer bases and mainstream Read More …

In Remembrance Of The Stonewall Riots: The Lasting Impact On The LGBTQ+ Community

June 28th, 1969, at approximately one-twenty amidst the twilight, hallmarks the commencement of the notorious Stonewall Riots, a pinnacle of the LGBTQIPA community’s historical preeminence and influential evolution. Julia Diana Robertson, a contributor to the Huffington Post, publicized a biographical column to the Huffington Post Read More …

Womens Month 2017: Feminism And Its Campaign On Men’s Issues

The main critique of feminism, other than the many times it is confused with misandry, has always been that it is supposedly exclusionary of men’s issues. For intersectional feminism ideals to be enforced effectively, the domino effect that feminism has on helping mens issues should Read More …

Womens Month 2017: Feminist Poetry – Sylvia Plath, Jackie Kay And Rupi Kaur

Through the ages, poets have been writing about what it means to be a woman, the softness and toughness, the issues women face; no matter how large and life changing, or small and seemingly insignificant they may be. Sylvia Plath was an American poet born in 1932. Read More …