Fostering Animals

Fostering is important to help shelters and rescues care for the animals; not only does fostering provide a safe, loving home, but it also helps to socialize the animal and prepare it for adoption. Fostering animals is when an individual opens their home…

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Furry Friends

One of the biggest accomplishments in human history, in my opinion, is the domestication of animals. I cannot imagine life without cats, dogs, and other household pets. This pandemic and subsequent quarantine have really shown me the effect pets can have…

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Harmful Phrases to LBGTQ+

Our lifestyle takes many forms, including the way we dress and eat, but also how we speak. Our words have significant weight even when we don’t even realize it, and sometimes we can hurt others. Here are some phrases that you should not say…

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LGBTQ+ on Netflix

We see the LGBTQ+ community a lot in the media, and Netflix in particular has many shows and movies that incorporate this community into its storyline. While I’ve watched many good movies and shows that continue to educate others on LGBTQ+, I want to recommend…

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Pride And Prejudice

Since the year 2000, June has been nationally recognized as Pride Month in the United States. For members of the LGBTQ+ community, the thirty days of June are a time to celebrate the advancements the Pride movement has made in fighting for the…

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The Most Fabulous Five

Throughout quarantine, one of my favorite pastimes has got to be binge-watching shows. Netflix and I have gotten to know each other very well, and one of the shows I decided to binge-watch was Queer Eye. For those who have not seen it, Queer Eye is a show about…

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Acing It

Asexuality is a part of the LGBTQ+ community I don’t see talked about often, probably because it’s the easiest to hide and/or dismiss. I’d like to talk about it to try and make more people aware that it is a valid identity, partly because I am on the asexuality spectrum myself…

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Happy Pride!

In honor of Pride Month, let’s talk about queerness! As a white cisgender heterosexual female, I often find it hard to relate to or understand the LGBTQ+ community. I do not always feel that I have the authority to interfere or express my opinions or speak on their behalf, and yet I need to be an ally…

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