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The Man Behind the Makeup

The Man Behind the Makeup

September 25, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Film, LGBTQ, Tower

“The Life of Lei: The Man Behind the Makeup” showcases the many obstacles Paul Hernandez, the man behind the makeup himself, faces in his personal life. Hernandez’s drag persona goes by the name of Leilani Price, who, in particular, has stood out with her creativity, entertainment and fun personality. Fresno...

Fresno Reel Pride Film Festival Thrills

Fresno Reel Pride Film Festival Thrills

Story By: Toni Woodruff, Reporter

September 25, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Film, LGBTQ, Tower

The five day Reel Pride Film Festival returned to Tower District on Sept. 19 - 23 with more than 40 films celebrating the LGBTQ community. “It’s the only place where the gay is the star,” Tiana Perez, former member of the board of directors of Fresno Reel Pride, said. This year, Fresno Reel...

Why Queer Fictional Characters Are More Than Just Characters

Why Queer Fictional Characters Are More Than Just Characters

Story By: Anjanae Freitas, Entertainment Editor

September 12, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, LGBTQ, Opinion, Television

There is a misconception that just because television has queer characters, we should be grateful. No thank you. I grew up wanting to see myself represented in media, but by represented I mean accurately. In 2006 “Greys Anatomy” was the first television show where I can remember seeing representation...

4 Dating Struggles I Discovered as a Queer Woman

4 Dating Struggles I Discovered as a Queer Woman

Story By: Paulina Rodríguez, Reporter

February 20, 2018


Filed under Opinion

“I’m here and I’m queer.” That was my rallying cry last July when I finally came out to my family and friends. Pop culture led me to believe I would immediately feel liberated and find the love of my life moments after. I blame “Glee.” Hollywood created this unreal expectation i...

LGBTQ+ Spectrum Club Drives for More Members, Visibility

LGBTQ+ Spectrum Club Drives for More Members, Visibility

Story By: Mariah Garcia, Reporter

November 8, 2017


Filed under Community, News, Race/Gender Issues, School Events

The Fresno City College LGBTQ+ Spectrum club is hoping to recruit more members and be more visible on campus. During a meeting in the Student Chambers Conference Room on Oct. 25, the 20-member club discussed upcoming events and their plans for outreach. Jerry Garcia, club president, said the cl...

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