Queerness is (and always has been) politicized, and being out and proud is (and always has been) a political act.
“Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and attended to with student loan payments.” ― Abigail Adams
Like many queer youth, I’ve been on the verge of tears since Trump was elected. But instead of crying, these days, I reach for a tube of liquid eyeliner.
I don’t care if my non-binary identity isn’t normal enough for people to easily understand.
As it turns out, dealing with a nationally watched court case doesn’t mean you get to escape the normal stresses of being a teenager.
In the podcast this week, we tackle the state of transgender rights. Where do we stand? What has changed? And how do young people feel about it?
Until November of last year, California prosecutors could bypass the juvenile justice system, charging minors in adult courts without any…
As Donald Trump takes office for his first week as the president of the United States, Youth Radio’s podcast checks…
[Watching Trump become President] My rage, sadness, and apprehension blurred together into an emotional tidal wave. I wanted to cry, but instead, I reached for a tube of liquid eyeliner.
In this edition of The outLoud Radio Podcast, we’ve highlighted a few of the events that spoke to us the most.