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Which one is harder in LGBTQ dating

This article is part of the Voyeur 2020  LGBTQ relationships are harder than opposite gender dating. Period. But for the sake of this one-on-one, Jade Sewell and Tony Xu will make their cases for whether the dating scene is tougher for lesbians or gays. This…

All you need is love – and representation

This article is part of the Voyeur 2020  Valentine’s Day has arrived once again, and for many LGBTQ individuals, including myself, it has brought with it a familiar sense of displacement. I came out as bisexual during my freshman year of high school and had…

Celebrate a Single-tine’s Day

This article is part of the Voyeur 2020  Being surrounded by lovebirds on Feb. 14 when you are single can be difficult, but it doesn’t mean you have to mope around all day. Here is a short list of things to get through Valentine’s Day…

Valentine’s Day around the world

This article is part of the Voyeur 2020  It’s no secret that partners across the United States will be expressing their love for each other in a today in a variety of ways, ranging from sweet to sexy. However, there’s a broad misconception that Valentine’s…

In love with Broadway

This article is part of the Voyeur 2020  According to Jack Viertel’s “The Secret Life of the American Musical,” most traditional productions include an overture, opening number, “I want”song, entr’acte, eleven o’clock number, and finale. However, almost all Broadway musicals have something else in common:…

Flirting in the group chat

This article is part of the Voyeur 2020  Every college student knows the excruciating pain of group projects. One person ends up doing most of the work and another completely disappears off the face of the planet upon planning a meet up. But I advise you…

Four times love prevailed

This article is part of the Voyeur 2020  Love is strong when it’s real. Those who stab together, stay together (or however the saying goes.) Back in September 2019, a couple from Monroe, LA were placed behind bars after holding a woman down and stabbing…

Five essential LGBTQ love stories on TV

This article is part of the Voyeur 2020  In a world where representation on the big screen amounts to a half-second scene of two girls kissing in the background, maybe it’s time we look to the small screen for LGBTQ love. LGBTQ representation has been…

From heroes to heroin: The Russo brothers assemble for ‘Cherry’

April 26, 2019 marked quite a day for box office history. “Avengers: Endgame” amassed $2.174 billion worldwide, the highest in theatrical revenue. Lately, the names Anthony and Joe Russo have been ubiquitous after their directing enterprise—consisting of 4 installments in the Marvel Cinematic Universe—defined childhoods…

Still we boldly go

Roughly fifteen minutes into the first episode of “Star Trek: Picard,” an unnamed interviewer (who I was already sure I couldn’t stand) asked Jean-Luc Picard the question all viewers were wondering: “Tell us, Admiral, why did you really quit Starfleet?” It’s a fair question. In…

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