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Discussing the possibility of a LGBTQ+ Center at APSU

The SGA unanimously passed a resolution to send a formal letter of recommendation to the Vice President of Student Affairs for the creation of an LGBTQ+ Cultural Center. Prior to voting on the legislation, Senator Bill Cody, one of the sponsors and creators of this resolution, spoke to his fellow ...

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One step back

Earlier this year, a transgender teen committed suicide. She wrote about losing hope and seeing no way out of her wrong body. This teenager had a fully supportive mother who helped her with starting hormone treatments and incorporating more feminine elements into her life. Despite the support and proactive steps ...

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“Clothesline Project” provides anonymous haven to shares hidden tales of abuse, assault

By Contributing Writer : D’Andre Anderson The month of April for some people just means we are one more step from summer break. For other people, it is so much more than a summer break. It is the month to help raise awareness for sexual, physical, verbal and domestic assault. ...

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REVIEW: “Love Simon” 20th Century Fox’s hit film explores homosexuality in new, refreshing ways

“Love, Simon” is romantic comedy-drama film adaptation of the novel “Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda” by Becky Albertalli. Nick Robinson plays Simon Spier, a self-described “                  average teen” with a loving family, good friends, and a breezy school life— save for ...

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Drag Show brings LGBTQ culture to center stage Friday

A community gathered together of all ages, watching queens perform to songs from different generations, in Clement Auditorium, can only mean one thing. The APSU Drag Show hosted by the Gay-Straight Alliance is back for its spring presentation. On Friday night, Mar. 16, at 7 p.m., a crowd gathered to ...

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Equality Clarksville hosts ‘Coming Out Picnic’ as place of safety for members

Photos adorn the inside wall of a wooden terrace, held up by pins and strings amid the inconsistent sprinkle of rain. Next to the occasional photo are stories. Some of the stories show hurt, others relief and still others show loss and fear. Among these stories is a common theme: ...

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