features, Lifestyle

How Grey’s Anatomy Helps Me Cope with Gender Dysphoria

Writer Jam Bridgett shares their experiences in dealing with gender dysphoria and how watching Grey’s Anatomy helped them explore their need for top surgery, and the aftermath of being cared for and healing. I first saw an episode of Grey’s Anatomy at some point in high school. Then, I watched in disgust as much as […]

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news, World

Say Goodbye to TikTok, and With it a Big Diversity Problem

A recent report revealing that TikTok suppresses LGBTQ+ content in at least 8 languages is the latest development in a string of censorship controversies TikTok has faced; previous censorship of the queer, disabled and body diverse communities have also plagued the platform. As of Sunday, TikTok will vanish from Apple and Google’s U.S. app stores […]

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Music & Film, stories

Victor Jackson is Breaking Barriers for Queer Love in Music

Atlanta based singer, songwriter and musical icon Victor Jackson delves into R&B/soul music to break all barriers regarding queer “taboo” love. He uses his gift to represent individuals who are still scared to find freedom and live authentically, communicating that love is, in fact, the most powerful vibration as it brings out the true nature […]

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Fashion & Art, news

Enter the Subvrt Graphic Design Competition Now!

Subvrt is officially launching our very first graphic design competition. We are in search of new designs for our next merch collection and we want it to come from our community. The merch you will be designing will be for T-shirts, hoodies, and any future branded product. How to Win the $300 Grand Prize Plus […]

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features, Lifestyle

What is Asexuality? Yasmin Benoit Challenges 7 Myths

What is asexuality? For years the definition of asexuality has been misconstrued, leading to incorrect assumptions and damaging stereotypes. Yasmin Benoit is an asexual model, writer and activist trying to bring asexuality and aromanticism into mainstream conversation. As someone who has been openly asexual for the majority of her life, and speaks about asexuality on […]

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Music & Film, stories

Meet Mac Glitzy: Queer Trap Artist

Redefining the gender-conforming boundaries of emo & trap music, Mac Glitzy is making waves. The LA-based artist has already built up a dedicated fan base thanks to their unique spin on punk & trap vocals and their voice for the LGBTQ+ community. We briefly caught up with Mac Glitzy in light of the release of […]

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Fashion & Art, shoots

Baby’s Day Out: A Queer Eclipse

When baby goes out to play all hell breaks loose. As the sun starts to set what was once a whimsical tea party turns into a celebration of witchy energy and queer spirituality. Indulging in gluttonous desires is celebrated under the soft moonlight as the spirit of past and present manifestations are evoked. Let go […]

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events, Fashion & Art

Gypsy Sport 2020: Fearless Tropical Street Tribe

Gypsy Sport 2020: At 5pm on Monday, September 9th Rio Uribe’s distinctly tropical tribe of spring 2020 began slowly spilling out onto Canal Street. The group possessed an earthly yet alien-esque presence which became infectious to any passer-by who came in contact with the group. Dripping in animal prints, glittered body paint, bold tropical motifs […]

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