Some of the recent regulations made in sports, ranging from running, to swimming to gymnastics, have people raising eyebrows and accusing the Olympics of antiblackness. Why is that? Continue reading Blackness and the 2021 Tokyo Olympics
More and more people are coming out as LGBTQ+ and the mass public is slowly but steadily beginning to acknowledge this new age of free love and orientation. However, now that we have gotten past this first stage of acknowledgment, new hurdles are emerging. Continue reading Transgender Athletes: An Overview and the Public’s Opinion
I had hoped, prayed, dreamed; you name it, that in 2021, the world would have progressed, and these issues would no longer linger. That I, too, would be considered equal to my male counterparts. The sad reality is that many individuals were also wishing for the same, only to be utterly disappointed. Continue reading The Heartbeat Bill, Britney Spears’s Conservatorship – Real Situation of Women’s Rights in the 21st Century
From the “Mother of the Blues” to the “Godmother of Rock and Roll,” there is no doubt that Black Queer women had a massive impact on the music world as we know it today. Continue reading 6 Black Queer Women Who Made Waves in Music
Pride Month is a holiday celebrated in the month of June as a celebration of our LGBTQ+ community. We are introducing a timeline of major LGBTQ+ events through history that have led us to present time. Continue reading A Timeline of Canada’s LGBTQ+ Community Through the Ages
While this year’s Pride Month may look slightly different with fewer street parades and in-person gatherings, online celebrations stand firm. With the global spring slowly reaching our feet, it is up to us to keep up, starting with debunking common misconceptions about the LGBTQ+ community. Continue reading 5 Common Misconceptions About The LGBTQ+ Community
There’s a new US holiday in town. Falling on June 19, its name is Juneteenth and it’s here to stay. But, if you’ve never seen or heard of the term before, you’re probably wondering, “What’s so significant about June 19th?” Continue reading The New US Holiday: What is Juneteenth?
Affirmative action probably sounds alien to the average audience, but this diversity policy that has been debated for decades is something incredibly important to consider as society continues to progress towards a varied landscape. Continue reading The Opportunities and Obstacles of Affirmative Action
The Positive Space Group explores intersectionality in an interesting and inspiring fashion based on Audre Lore’s thought provoking “Who Said It Was Simple” on feminism and race, with a goal to expand your knowledge, add facets to your lenses, and celebrate all diversity. Continue reading Who Said It Was Simple?
October 2nd, 2020. The second ever Savage X Fenty Show for Rihanna’s new lingerie line is another reminder that necessary change is coming. Continue reading The Standard: Diversity and Inclusion in the Fashion Industry