Tag: identity

“Ginny & Georgia” delves into issues around identity

Photo courtesy of Fair Use, Wikipedia Released on Feb. 24, Netflix’s new series “Ginny and Georgia” follows 30-year-old single mother Georgia (Brianne Howey) as she raises her two children, who each have different fathers. Her children include 15-year-old Ginny (Antonia Gentry) and 9-year-old Austin (Diesel La Torraca). The family just […]

Gender Neutral Signage in Store for Target Customers

Photo courtesy of MikeKalasnik, Wikipedia Target has decided to stop organizing its children’s toy section by gender, thereby having a more gender neutral selection for shoppers. This new development occurred after a customer tweeted an image that went viral in June. The tweet consisted of a picture of a Target toy […]

Student: ‘There is a Danger in the Isolation of Religion’

Photo Courtesy of Lawrence OP, Flickr Creative Commons In recent months, following the Kim Davis controversy and Pope Francis’s visit to the United States, we have, as a nation, begun to question the role religion should play in society — most notably in the political arena. It is important to […]

Governor Brown Sets Precedent for Bisexual Visibility

Photo Courtesy of Josh Goldberg, Wikimedia Kate Brown, former secretary of state, made inaugural history after becoming the nation’s first openly bisexual governor on Feb. 18, following the resignation of Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber in the aftermath of an influence-peddling scandal involving his fiancée. While Kitzhaber sits under investigation by […]

LGBTQA Representation Prominent in Ramapo Greek Life

Greek life has a history of having an undeniably heteronormative culture in contemporary American society, especially depending on your geographic location and specific fraternity or sorority interests. It comes as no surprise that many LGBTQA-identified individuals may feel that attempting to pledge for a fraternity or sorority would be a […]