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The Gay ‘90s

Four romantic comedies that are bursting with rainbows When a homosexual couple or any member of the LGBTQ+ community sits down to watch a movie that reflects themselves, they must wade through a sea of tragic stories to find something lighthearted.  Much of this community’s

Denver Faces Blood donation Shortage

Less than half of required blood received During the season of New Year’s resolutions, Vitalant, a nonprofit organization that focuses on blood donations, suggested one for Colorado residents in a tweet on December 31: “Become a consistent blood donor! The need for blood donors is

New Colorado Laws Effective in 2020

Amendments made to existing laws From guns to marijuana to gender identity, Colorado residents can expect to see big changes in 2020. As the 2019 legislative session came to a close, several new laws and amendments will begin implementation in 2020, including the Red Flag

The Plot Thickens

Love, Simon As much as I love movies, one genre that I mostly steer clear of is the romantic comedy. For the most part, I don’t find any of these sorts of films appealing. Occasionally, I do want to watch a good romance (which is

The Plot Thickens

Brokeback Mountain Even before I came out as gay in my junior year of high school, I was scrounging every available platform to watch gay-themed films. Though I didn’t watch many gay movies prior to coming out, I do remember watching both Shelter and Geography

Auraria’s LGBTQ Center Turns 25

A silver soiree for a silver birthday Auraria’s LGBTQ Student Resource Center turned 25 this month, and they celebrated the best way they know how: with an open-for-all silver soiree. Since its consummation as Colorado’s first on-campus LGBTQ support center in 1993, the office has

The Dangerous Art of Blending In

A tough but engaging read The Dangerous Art of Blending In by Angelo Surmelis is a tough read. The book tells the story of Evan, a Greek-American, closeted gay teen as he deals with his physically, mentally, emotionally, and verbally abusive mother, who claims he

Hayley Kiyoko is a new queer pop-icon

Taking queer music into the mainstream Hayley Kiyoko is the icon the music industry has been missing. The 26-year-old former Disney star is taking the world by storm. She is a role model for young queer women and is representing the LGBTQ+ community, one song