Rainbow Warriors

Welcome one, Welcome all. Welcome to you guys, gals, and non-binary pals (all credits to Thomas Sanders for that phrase). It’s truly a pleasure to have you join us here on our blog. Here we will dive into depths not usually seen by our fellow LGBTQ+ members and, of course, our allies. With this new…

Preference vs Body Shaming

Now this has always been a conversation up for debate and happens to be a very fine line to walk. Lately on my social media feed there was an entire argument that surrounded a young man claiming, “small skinny girl just ain’t it”. This sparked the argument for the day, and I’ve decided to give…

Author Shoutout

Honestly his name is so cool. I swear it’s the name of a cool mythical creature every time. But alas, David Levithan is but a man. Hold the boos, it gets better. Levithan, as a New York best-selling author has brilliantly, and seemingly effortlessly, incorporated the LGBTQIA+ as part of his literary genius. Whether single-handedly having two…

Today I wanna give a big shoutout to an amazing author Rick Riordan!!! (Warning: minor spoilers ahead … proceed with caution) Uncle Rick, so far, has done a fantastic job representing the community in his many book series. And I don’t mean that one-off side character or that oh so extra individual. Mr. Riordan has…

Representation matters

I know we’ve been over this time and time again. In the media, in lectures, in books. But it’s time to bring it up again. It’s always a special thing to see someone on screen or written in ink that represents who you are. They don’t have to look the same. They don’t have to…

Rainbow Coloured Zebra Finds A New Home-Reflections on SPECTRUM

The book “Invisible Man,” tells the story of a nameless protagonist who felt invisible because his society refused to deal with his race and identity. Although I’ve never really experienced racism, I could relate to his dilemma since most of my life I’ve felt the exact same way; invisible. As if I were a zebra surrounded by…