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FULLABALOO | Howard Tilton Library reclassifies ‘The Great Gatsby’ as queer literature

FULLABALOO | Howard Tilton Library reclassifies ‘The Great Gatsby’ as queer literature

Apoorva Verghese, Straight Person April 13, 2022

This article is entirely satire. All information and interviews below are fictional and for entertainment purposes only. Tulane University has announced that starting in fall 2024, Howard-Tilton...

Navigating intersectional safe spaces at predominantly white institutions

Navigating intersectional safe spaces at predominantly white institutions

Maiya Tate and Anne Holly February 17, 2022

Figuring out how to write an article for Black History Month can be difficult. Every Black, queer student at this university has a different experience, and lumping them together can appear disingenuous.  Given...

OPINION | Censorship of pornography harms marginalized communities

OPINION | Censorship of pornography harms marginalized communities

Laura Malagrino, Associate Arcade Editor November 17, 2021

The pornography industry is absolutely massive, raking in around $97 billion in revenue globally. Compare that to the movie industry, which made around $41.7 billion on the same scale. Such magnitude...

Too often, Bi men are grouped as either gay or straight, their Bi identity being erased.

‘Bisexual men do exist’

Jeremy Evans, Contributing Columnist November 17, 2021

As a freshman at Tulane University, during a discussion on sexuality with a group of peers, I stated that I was 85% to 90% straight. In retrospect, it seems ridiculous to quantify my sexuality with...

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 11, 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...

Queer authors to read now

Queer authors to read now

Holly Haney, Staff Reporter October 13, 2021

Akwaeke Emezi Akwaeke Emezi is a nonbinary Nigerian author best known for their debut novel “Freshwater,” as well as “Pet,” “The Death of Vivek Oji,” “Dear Senthuran: A Black Spirit...

Despite New Orleans’ conservative roots, the city’s LGBTQ+ community has made great strides against prejudice.

Inside Louisiana’s rainbow city

Kaitlin Lowe, Contributing Columnist October 13, 2021

People may assume it is smooth sailing for LGBTQ+ individuals in New Orleans as it is such a “liberal” city. Looking below the surface of the Crescent City, Louisiana has a long history of prejudice...

Grrlspot showcases queer talent, from DJ’s to burlesque dancers and girl-on-girl acrobats.

Grrlspot celebrates queer womxn in New Orleans

Maiya Tate, Editor-in-Chief October 13, 2021

In a world where queer womxn spaces are constantly coming in and out of existence, Jenna Jordan creates a new space in a new venue every month in New Orleans. The purpose of this space is simple —...

SOPHIE leaves behind her a legacy of futuristic transness

SOPHIE leaves behind her a legacy of futuristic transness

Ori Tsameret, Intersections Editor February 3, 2021

This past Saturday, I opened my Twitter feed to a torrent of tweets about pop artist Sophie Xeon, better known as her mononymous stage name SOPHIE. Intrigued by the melancholy nostalgia of the tweets,...

Letter to the Editor: Abolish TUPD

Letter to the Editor: Abolish TUPD

November 12, 2020

To all Tulane students in New Orleans, First, an introduction — we are writing as members of Abolish TUPD, a non-Tulane affiliated group organizing with the intent of defunding, disarming, dismantling...

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The failure of gay community building in college

Shahamat Uddin, Intersections Editor May 1, 2020

For many closeted gay high school kids, college was the beaming light at the end of the tunnel. Confined to  small suburban hometowns and stifled by the ignorance of our young peers, we knew that...

portrait of a lady on fire

“Portrait of a Lady on Fire” capturing the queer experience on the silver screen

Haley Soares, Arcade Editor March 5, 2020

After a long wait by audiences across the country, we may finally rejoice in the wide release of “Portrait of a Lady on Fire.”  Winner of the prestigious Queer Palm Feature and Best Screenplay...

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