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LGBT+ Podcast | LGBT+ students answer anonymous questions

LGBT+ Podcast | LGBT+ students answer anonymous questions

Logan Crews, editor-in-chief

December 10, 2018


Filed under LGBT

Today on The Kirkwood Call’s LGBT podcast, five LGBT students (Logan Crews, Rosie Doyle, Stella Luciano, Ryleigh Palmer and Aaron Wise) will be answering anonymous questions submitted by other KHS students. We cover topics from pronouns to what it means to “look” gay, and we hope to cover even ...

Creating a change to be proud of

Creating a change to be proud of

Amara Harper and Ryleigh Palmer

November 30, 2018


Filed under Features

At Pulse Nightclub the red and blue lights flashed following reports of gunshots in the club. Nobody knew how many were dead. Friends and family anxiously awaited as they crowded around their loved ones, wondering if they made it out alive. 49 members of the LGBT community died in the second most deadly mass shooting America had ever seen June 12, 2016 at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Flor...

We’re still here

We’re still here

Logan Crews, editor-in-chief

October 22, 2018


Filed under LGBT, Showcase

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LGBT+ Podcast | Current events

LGBT+ Podcast | Current events

Logan Crews and Izzy Colón

October 8, 2018


Filed under LGBT

Logan Crews and Izzy Colón talk about the most recent and prevalent news in the LGBT community. Have ideas for more LGBT+ Podcasts? Let us know by leaving a comment.

Using the restroom in peace

Using the restroom in peace

Logan Crews, opinions editor

February 24, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinions

I didn’t realize how much of a luxury it was to pee in public until I no longer felt safe in a binary bathroom. Even though my body didn’t physically change when I came out as transgender, I no longer feel welcome in women’s restrooms. Even though my mind is male through and through, I’m not ...

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Logan Crews, opinions editor

January 22, 2018


Filed under LGBT

Ding. I rolled over to grab my phone that hadn’t stopped vibrating since the night before. Pressing the home button, I already knew what I would find. Another question dropped in my ASKfm inbox from a bewildered classmate. There were about five or six anonymous messages waiting for my reply already,...

Pride and privilege

Pride and privilege

Logan Crews, opinions editor

August 27, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinions

“What would you do if I told you I liked girls?” I endured years of lying to myself, parading around my room pretending to be Justin Bieber walking down the red carpet with Selena Gomez on my arm while I played it cool on the other side of the door. Forcing myself into awkward relationships with...

Neutral is normal

Neutral is normal

Julia Wunning-Zimmer, opinions writer

May 12, 2015


Filed under Opinions

They might make up only 0.3 percent of the population of the United States, according to Gary J. Gates. It might be something people aren’t used to. It might be something people are afraid of talking about. But a person who is transgender should not be “known” for anything. People who are transgender a...

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