Noé López juxtaposes a personal account of working at allgo alongside allgo’s rich history.
Each issue, we feature highlights from the rich array of LGBTQ Studies research, teaching and learning carried out by our students and faculty.
Four students involved in the Coalition Against Sexual Misconduct discuss their activism in advocating for the safety of students on UT’s campus.
Victoria Rivera and Hyunmin Oh reflect on their internship at the KIND clinic.
Faith Williams reviews Keguro Macharia’s book, Frottage: Frictions of Intimacy Across the Black Diaspora, part of UT Libraries’ Black Queer Collection.
Anthony Douglass reviews Carrie Hawks’s animated documentary Black Enuf, viewing it as a touchpoint for his own journey to accepting his Blackness and queerness.
Gina Bastone details the University of Texas at Austin libraries’ Black Queer Studies Collection.
Terrane Ansley reviews E. Patrick Johnson’s book of curated stories and legacies of several Black gay southern men who lived and loved in the mid- to late twentieth century.
Growing up a shy, effeminate fag in small town Massachusetts in the 1980s and early 90s was an education in alienation. [This post includes a Queercore music playlist curated by Curran Nault!]
Angela Kang, an intern with the Kind Clinic, explains how the clinic is addressing decades of stigmatization toward the LGBTQ+ community.
Ryan Sparkman, an intern with the Texas House LGBTQ Caucus, discusses new experiences and lessons learned.