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How the Dominican Republic's Recent Actions Reveal Deep-Seated Prejudices Against Haitians
On Sept. 15, the Dominican Republic closed all entry points along its border with neighboring Haiti.
I'm Anxious About the Future of DACA For People Like Me — but I'm Not Defeated
Six months ago, I wrote my first opinion piece for POPSUGAR.
Why We Still Need to Fight For the Equal Rights Amendment, 100 Years Later
This year marks 100 years since the introduction of the Equal Rights Amendment and half a century since it passed in Congress.
In the Face of Corporate Controversy, True Pride Will Always Persist
A few years ago, in June, I was walking through Target with my mom.
These Trans Drag Performers Continue to Do What They Love — Despite the Risks
Brigitte Bandit and her fellow Austin, TX, drag performers have taken extra precautions when heading to shows in recent months.
"The L Word" Cast Speak at the White House For LGBTQ+ Rights During Lesbian Visibility Week
In honor of honor Lesbian Visibility Week, the cast of "The L Word" headed to the White House on April 25 to speak to the press about issues affecting LGBTQ+ people.
A Queer High-School Senior Tells Us About Life in Florida After "Don't Say Gay" Expansion
Image Source: Courtesy of Will Larkins
Trump's Arraignment Is a Victory For Women — but It's Still Not Enough
An adult-film actor brings down a former president.
How to Take Action on Police Brutality and Anti-Black Racism
Nancy Pelosi Steps Down From House Democratic Leadership – Here's What That Means
Nancy Pelosi shared a crucial update regarding the future of her political career in a speech from the Capitol on Nov. 17.
What to Know About the Midterm Elections With Abortion on the Ballot
When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, it guaranteed that every future statewide election could change Americans' access to abortion.
Meet the Women History Makers of the Midterms
The 2022 midterm elections aren't over yet, and though key race results are still rolling in and control of the Senate and the House is too close to call, one thing is clear: women broke ground.
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