By: Clarissa Corral The Sexuality and Gender Acceptance Club’s drag show was cancelled this semester for the first time in the event’s six year history due to disorganization and lack of funding by the club. They were unable to book certain drag performers and failed to pay the required fees in order for them to
By Patrick Tindall Life as an LGBTQ person is difficult, life as an LGBTQ person of color is even more difficult. LGBTQ people constantly have to dodge homophobia and LGBTQ people of color also have to avoid the ever-present second issue of racism. Neither of which are mutually exclusive to the other and both are
The words “I’m a gummy bear, oh yes I’m a gummy bear! I’m a yummy, chummy, funny, lucky gummy bear” could be heard from the steps of the Martin Luther King building as a drag queen danced her way around a crowd of students.
Riverside City College students and faculty are looking to expand the available resources for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Asexual and Intersex+ community here on campus.
North Carolina legalizes discrimination under guise of security Written by Jakob Wood Being an American ensures an inalienable right to freedom, justice and equality, unless you’re a transgender citizen living in North Carolina. Instead of using last year’s ruling on marriage equality as a stepping stone and making further progress in civil rights, North
Posted Dec. 3, 2014 | Printed Dec. 1, 2014 Amber Jones | Special to Viewpoints The issue of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning+ rights on the Riverside City College Campus continues after a year on the back burner. “As a transgender person, I have an anxiety of public restrooms, so if I am at