It’s been a whole 10 years since the Canadian duo Tegan and Sara released their fifth studio album “The Con.” To me, and to thousands of others, this album means so much. The album can basically be described as a punk orchestra playing a symphony with loads of guitars. Although they’re identical twins, they always […]

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The Mormon Church announced Nov. 13 that children of same-sex couples cannot be baptized until they are 18 and renounce homosexuality. About 1,500 Mormons didn’t like that and resigned from the church in protest, The Washington Post reported. An official Facebook event titled “LDS Church Mass Resignation” listed 1,300 people as resigning from the church. […]

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On April 15, Allure magazine released its annual nude feature. Included in it amongst stars such as Jordana Brewster, Katheryn Winnick and Nicole Beharie is Laverne Cox, a transgender actress of color known first and foremost for her brilliant work as Sophia in “Orange is the New Black.” Certainly, Cox’s feature in the spread is […]

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LGBTQ rights activists rejoice. The U.S. President Barack Obama administration finally took a stance against LGBT conversion therapy on Wednesday. Though no therapy-banning legislation is slated to follow, it’s monumental that the president even commented on an LGBT issue other than same-sex marriage. This is proof that petitions can actually work. The White House’s statement is […]

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By Danny McCarthy, Staff Writer @thedanosaurus Raven-Symoné, Disney darling and “Cheetah Girls” star, had her first interview addressing her sexuality in Oprah’s “Where Are They Now” series earlier this week. Oprah began the interview by reading one of Raven’s tweets from August 2013 that said: “I can finally get married! Yay government! So proud of […]

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By Amira Francis, Staff Writer @Mircatfrancis Does bullying of gay and bisexual students diminish after the transition from high school to college? Recent studies discussed by the Associated Press say yes, it does. So my question to a handful of BU students was: what is your experience with this at BU? Hopefully, this video opens […]

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