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Modest victories: Respect for Marriage Act

Modest victories: Respect for Marriage Act

Hailie Goldthorpe, Staff Writer 1 day ago

The Respect for Marriage Act, also referenced as RFMA (H.R. 8404), is a bill in the United States Congress to repeal the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act, which limits the definition of marriage to one...

Lies and corruption surround 2022 World Cup

Lies and corruption surround 2022 World Cup

Jeremy Rosen, Sports Editor 1 day ago

The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar has been filled with drama and chaos off the field. Qatar had been a controversial choice to host the massive sporting event since they were selected over 12 years...

OPINION | Really, FIJI?: Use of anti-gay slur suggests fragile masculinity

OPINION | Really, FIJI?: Use of anti-gay slur suggests fragile masculinity

Gabi Liebeler, Managing Editor 1 day ago

If you’re going to be stupid, at least be smart about it. That being said, using an anti-gay slur in a fraternity recruitment spreadsheet goes far beyond just stupidity.  This was the case...

Why are queer Tulanians experiencing discrimination if Tulane is attempting to address homophobia on campus?

OPINION | Addressing Tulane’s institutionalized homophobia

Julia Hanissee, Contributing Columnist November 10, 2021

Using gay as an insult. Sexualizing queer identities. Begging for a “gay best friend.” These are examples of what is known as casual homophobia, which is defined as “slurs that aren't always...

Id like to think racism doesnt exist, on bell hooks

I’d like to think racism doesn’t exist, on bell hooks

Shahamat Uddin, Intersections Editor February 5, 2020

*bell hooks as an author intentionally leaves her name lowercase  I see the photo of him on my Tulane ID card. The smile is ear-to-ear, wider than his mouth has ever been. In his eyes, I can see a...

Just because you watch ‘Queer Eye’ doesn’t mean you’re not homophobic

Just because you watch ‘Queer Eye’ doesn’t mean you’re not homophobic

Shahamat Uddin, Intersections Editor September 18, 2019

The moment I first saw Tan France on Netflix’s promotion for the reality show “Queer Eye” was the first moment I ever saw myself represented on television. Brown gay Muslim men seemed like an...

A beautiful game for all: addressing homophobia in sports

A beautiful game for all: addressing homophobia in sports

Hannah May, Contributing Reporter October 25, 2018

LGBT history month occurs annually during the month of October. The world of sports is still a largely conservative body in terms of sexuality and gender expression, which makes celebrating the accomplishments...

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