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December 7, 2016


“Struggles for freedom fail only if we assume that unlike every other generation, we are destined to see the end of the bent arc o… Read more »


November 7, 2016

The Power of the Vote: How We’re Making Sure Young People are Heard on Election Day

During this election season, we’re engaging with cities in Alabama, Texas, and Ohio to ensure voter registration numbers among you… Read more »


October 31, 2016

Alumni Spotlight: Diana Sencherey

School, grad year, major I graduated from Ohio State University in 2014. I majored in Public Health and minored in Women’s, Gender… Read more »

Chapter Updates

November 1, 2016

University of Alabama Advocates for a True LGBTQ-Inclusive Campus

Our chapter at the University of Alabama has worked this semester to make their community a more inclusive place for LGBTQ student… Read more »

Chapter Updates

May 5, 2016

Georgia Southern University Increases Campus Pressure Over Sexual Assaults and Abortion Access

This semester our chapter at Georgia Southern University has been making change on campus on many fronts. First, back in February,… Read more »

Chapter Updates

April 7, 2016

Welcome Alabama State University!

It’s official: Our first HBCU (historically black college or university) chapter is up and running! We are so excite to see what A… Read more »

Recent Blog Posts

December 6, 2016

Cis People Can’t Be Misgendered

I honestly cannot tolerate another instance of a cis person recounting their experience being “misgendered”. The stories all follo… Read more »

Recent Blog Posts

December 1, 2016

10 Ways to Practice Self-Care

These past weeks have been difficult for citizens who have witnessed the rise of white nationalism into the highest elected politi… Read more »

Recent Blog Posts

November 30, 2016

Let’s Talk About Fatphobia

Like many femmes, I have an interesting relationship with my body. I’m 5’9, and last time I checked, close to 200 pounds. I now we… Read more »