Fabulous Friday is Coming Out

Happy Friday, baby queermos! It's been a long week, but you made it. Here's a roundup of some important things to be aware of this week. National Coming Out Day was this week, and QueerPHC stands in solidarity with everyone... Continue Reading →

Fabulous Friday: Wonder Woman Is Really Queer

Hello, fellow queerios! Welcome back to Fabulous Friday, a recurring feature that rounds up positive queer news, culture, and other resources. This week, the big news is that... Wonder Woman is Queer Just had to say it again, in case the... Continue Reading →

LGBTQ+ History: Xavier Bettel

For October 3rd, LGBT History Month spotlights Xavier Bettel, current Prime Minister of Luxembourg. Bettel has been influential in educational reforms that emphasize teaching ethics rather than religion in schools. When he was elected in 2013, Bettel became Luxembourg's first openly... Continue Reading →

LGBTQ+ History: Josephine Baker

LGBT History Month's highlight for October 2nd is Josephine Baker (1906-1975), a bisexual African-American actress, singer, and entertainer. Born into a poor family in St. Louis, Missouri, Baker left the United States for Paris in the 1920's because of racial... Continue Reading →

LGBTQ+ History: Virginia Apuzzo

For October 1st, LGBT History Month features Virginia (Ginny) Apuzzo (b. 1941), an LGBT activist who co-authored the first gay and lesbian civil rights plank for the Democratic Party in 1980. Apuzzo joined the Sisters of Charity in the Bronx in 1967 when... Continue Reading →

LGBT History Month

Every October in the United States, we celebrate LGBT History Month. This coincides with National Coming Out Day, which is October 11th. I'll be honest. Until fairly recently, I did not know this was a thing. Any of it. I... Continue Reading →

1 Year & 4 Months Ago.

It’s been a year and 4 months since I’ve been on PHC’s campus. The last time I was there? To (finally) grab my diploma. So, I could (finally) come out. It’s crazy to think back to a year and 4... Continue Reading →

Coming Out To Myself: Leslie

`Who are YOU?' said the Caterpillar. This was not an encouraging opening for a conversation. Alice replied, rather shyly, `I--I hardly know, sir, just at present-- at least I know who I WAS when I got up this morning, but I... Continue Reading →

Dear Alan, Jack, and Kate

I’ve just finished reading back through this blog and pondering all your entries from three years ago. Personal stories, essays, articles…reflections in real time as you each attempted to navigate the choppy waters of accepting yourselves and coming to realize... Continue Reading →

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