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Lifestyle

HosTing Now: Methamphetamine Crisis in the Gay Community

By Caden Ziegler Web Content Contributor “HosTing now” is a common screen name when scrolling through gay apps, and it takes a little information about the colloquial terms used by the LGBT+ community to dissect its meaning. “Hosting” means that one is looking for a sexual partner and is willing to invite them over to their house. The capital T in any word (hosTing, goodTime, looking4T) has its own meaning […]

todayApril 25, 2019 256

Entertainment

It’s Time for Bisexual Representation

By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor In recent years, we have seen an improvement in representation for gay and lesbian individuals in mainstream media. Countless television shows and movies have done a decent job at allowing gays and lesbians a chance at seeing themselves in characters. While this has been a great feat, I can’t help but notice that it is extremely rare for there to be an occurrence of […]

todayApril 10, 2018 16 1

Interviews

Social Justice and Minority Umbrella Coalition Visits Other Side Drive

By Kimberly Clay Other Side Drive Executive Producer Other Side Drive hosts, Kyndal and Christian, invite Claudia Gasponi to the studio to talk about the coalition she is forming for minority organizations around San Marcos and the Texas State campus. This project is still in the works, but aims to join together the segmented groups to better assist LGBTQIA+ citizens and people of color in San Marcos in getting the […]

todayJune 28, 2017 4

News

Born Outraged: Janet Mock visits Texas State

By Denver Donchez News Reporter “For a lot of folks, the majority of people in the (Women’s March) audience, were first time activists; it was their first political passion. They finally felt called to outrage, because they felt wronged by the election results. They were shocked by the way in which the county showed up, and as a black, native-Hawaiian, poor-raised transwoman of color, I was not shocked. I was […]

todayApril 7, 2017 4

News

Safe Spaces and Reconciliation: Bobcats De Colores Queer LatinX Dialogue Series Addresses Intersection of Culture and Sexual Identity

By Denver Donchez News Reporter For years, Texas State has been trying to grow and diversify its student body, and as the average person walking though the Quad can attest, it has done a pretty good job. Roughly 50 percent of Texas State students identify as racial or ethnic minorities, and in 2011, the University was officially recognized as a Hispanic Serving Institution. Today, about 35 percent of Texas State’s […]

todayMarch 16, 2017 6

Web Content

Black History Meets LGBTQ+ Rights

By Janessa Rutiaga Blog Content Contributor We all know that February is Black History month, and that we use it to celebrate prominent figures such as Martin Luther King Jr., Malcom X, Harriet Tubman. However, there’s a sliver of black history which never gets the light it deserves. I’m talking about the revolutionary black leaders that paved way for the LGBTQ+ Society. The following three women are prominent black figures […]

todayFebruary 23, 2017 19

Web Content

Boy Scouts of America Accepts Every Boy

By Alexandra Cochran Blog Content Contributor In very controversial times, we are faced with a division of views on what is right and wrong. But love will always win and has won within the Boy Scout community. On Jan. 30, 2017, the Boy Scouts of America opened their hearts and are accepting members to join the organization based on their listed gender information. For more than 100 years, the BSA has based […]

todayFebruary 13, 2017 23

In the Public Interest

In the Public Interest Talks About the LGBTQIA Community at Texas State

By Jacquelyn Carter In the Public Interest Host “Understand that sexuality is as wide as the sea. Understand that your morality is not law. Understand that we are you.“ - Derek Jarman   Join your hosts, DaLyah Jones and Jacquelyn Carter, to learn more about the LGBTQIA community. This week’s show features stories from Sarah Bey, Clayton Kelley, and a live interview with a special guest, Joseph Pomar. Sarah Bey talks […]

todayMarch 1, 2016 41

News

Bobcat Pride Hosts 5th Annual Drag Out Fundraiser

By Jacquelyn Carter News Reporter Bobcat Pride raised $10,000 for LGBTQIA students at their 5th annual Drag Out on Saturday. The organization reached their goal through ticket sales, raffle tickets and a silent auction that included prizes from San Marcos shops and a trip to San Diego. Heather Aidala, executive director of Bobcat Pride, explains how their organization is needed due to the lack of resources for students at Texas […]

todayFebruary 23, 2016 4

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