George Washington University’s art administrator created an art exhibit for the District of Columbia that challenges the “limited, white, hetero-centric logic of the erotic.”
A new minor for students at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo: Queer studies.
Virginia Commonwealth University received $1 million for scholarship for students in the university’s sexuality studies programs.
Matthew Vines, a “queer rights activist,” spoke at Harvard University and interpreted the Bible differently than Christian and Jewish biblical scholars on monogamous, heterosexual relationships.
Georgia Tech, public university, hosted a “Queer Women’s Sex” event and it excluded heterosexual students from attending.
An assistant director for LGBTQIA programs at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Jonathan Pryor, wrote in an academic journal that LGBT centers like his marginalize LGBT students due to perpetuating “homonormative whiteness.”
Marquette University is going to hold a “Pride Prom” on its college campus, which as a Catholic institution, offended alumni and donors for allegedly pushing LGBTQIA agenda on its campus.
“Weekly discussion groups” are the new safe space for overweight LGBTQ students at Montclair State University.
Clemson student government leaders are looking to implement mandatory training to teach students how to become allies of the LGBT community.
Human Rights Campaign, a group representing the LGBT community, criticized a study by Johns Hopkins professor Paul McHugh on gender identity.