Unveiling the Flames: An Analysis of Deepa Mehta’s ‘Fire’ (1996)

Unveiling the Flames: An Analysis of Deepa Mehta’s ‘Fire’ (1996)

“There’s no word in our language that can describe what we are, how we feel for each other.” As we celebrate Pride Month, let us revisit “Fire,” one of India’s earliest queer films, and delve into the controversies surrounding it and the film’s inherent beauty and queer identity. Introduction ‘Fire’ by Deepa Mehta, played in … Read more

Pride Merch Withdrawn From Target Due To Death Threats

extremists vandalizing target pride displays

Pride month is celebrated every June to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall riots, and to celebrate LGBTQ+ rights and culture. Activists and people who identify themselves are part of the LGBTQ+ community celebrate the month with queer film festivals, pride parades, and pride merchandise to wear and/or own like clothing, pride flags, and other accessories. Target, … Read more

Nazis In America Are A Problem Even In 2023

man wearing a Kek-istan flag, a flag for a made-up country derived from nazi iconography used by far-right groups as a more obscure nazi flag

Nazis are back in the American mainstream and they are a problem to everyone. On the night of Monday, a U-Haul truck crashed into a security barrier outside the White House. The accused driver- Sai Varshith Kandula from Chesterfield, has since been arrested. The U.S. Park Police, Secret Service, FBI, and U.S. Capitol Police interviewed … Read more

Gay Men Can Donate Blood: New FDA Regulations

Person donating blood, Gay Men Can Donate Blood

The Food and Drug Administration in the USA has dropped all restrictions on blood donations from gay and bisexual men. The new regulations, first proposed in January, will move to an “individual risk-based” approach for blood donations to reduce any risks of HIV. The FDA first banned donations from gay and bisexual men during the … Read more