With bouquets in hand and tears streaming down their faces, three graduating seniors on SF State's volleyball team took to the Swamp Gymnasium for their final home game last week.
Jaclyn Clark, Arianna Cruz and Jessica Nicerio returned Friday for a game that saw the Gators steamroll
I've never dated a married man, but I imagine it feels a lot like dating someone who is in the closet.
Coming into one's own sexuality can be a beautiful experience. "Coming out" is a time when you are first starting to welcome your own sexual
What is the purpose of spoken word or performance art? For some, performance art serves as a tool to merely express their frustrations. For the queer, trans, people of color participating in Radar's Queering the Castro, Hella Close: Stories of Queer Intimacy series, however their readings
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The girls I've befriended over the years discuss practically every detail about their sex lives. They compare the size of their boyfriend's penises, the number of partners they've slept with, who had the latest pregnancy or STD scare, the
Dressed in black and gold ruffled panties, thigh-high stockings and pink sequined nipple pasties, Maxine Holloway said she was tingling with excitement at the thought of being surrounded by thousands of Bay Area fetish enthusiasts during the 2013 Folsom Street Fair. As Holloway walked through
When the new assistant director for SF State's Queer Resource Center from University of California, Davis, she expected to see a lot more support for queer and trans students than what currently exists on campus.
"I came to SF State for grad school because I wanted to
I posted a topless photo of myself on various social media platforms over the weekend– not because I was seeking attention, but because I was trying to prove a point. First, I freed the nips on Tumblr. Within minutes of posting the photo, it was immediately re-blogged by a porn
Hallways decorated in brightly colored murals and LGBT artwork is what University Park North Area Coordinator Paul Renolis said he envisions for the future of the Rainbow Floor he helped implement for SF State residents in Spring 2014.
The Rainbow Floor is located in building A
Recently I discussed the concept of sexuality with one of my classmates and when she asked me to define my own sexual orientation, like many of my friends have done in the past, I did not have an answer for her. My reason for not answering her question
Click through the above image to see where gender-neutral bathrooms are located on campus. Data collected from sfsu.edu (Produced by Eva Barragan).
Deciding which restroom to walk into isn’t normally thought of as difficult or confusing task. For individuals whose sex does not align with their
The men of on-campus Latino organization Hermanos Unidos ditched their sneakers and strapped on high heels to help raise awareness for survivors of sexual assault during the Walk In Their Heels event in Malcolm X Plaza April 20.
SF State psychology major Wilton Marin, a member of Hermanos Unidos, said wearing heels was a
I always thought women who sold their eggs for money were only characters in Lifetime movies or weird 20-something college dropouts trying to make a quick buck. A few months ago, however, a friend of mine told me she was planning on studying abroad and when I asked
Before being diagnosed with the painful musculoskeletal condition Fibromyalgia halfway through his sophomore year of college, 24-year-old Nathan Barone associated being a man with his ability to play sports.
"It forced me to surrender and understand I won't be able to do the things that were part of
During an open mic night performance, singer-songwriter Ryan Otto Cassata exuded a confident demeanor that he said has been the key to his national recognition as a civil rights activist in the transgender community.
Cassata, a former SF State Student, said he came to the realization that
When Gladys "Gizzy" Somarriba found out she tested positive for HIV in January of 2013, she immediately worried about what her family would think of her.
"I told my mom over a text message, asking her if she would still love me," Somarriba said. "I was
For SF State freshman Ariana Fletcher, bondage/discipline/sadism/masochism is more than a trend brought on by the new film "Fifty Shades of Grey". BDSM is her sex life.
Though the controversial blockbuster aroused enough viewers to make it the highest grossing R-rated film after its first weekend
Cassidy Napolitano knew that when she started using the well-known dating app, Tinder, it would be an interesting experience, but in an age where the average person spends 162 minutes on their mobile device per day, according to a study done by Geek Wire, she had no idea true love may
For those who are single, Valentine's Day may not mean much. It acts only as a reminder that there is no “special someone” to present you with extravagant gifts. I suppose in some ways that makes single individuals lucky--it means they have nothing to prove. For couples on the