Had the semester remained in person, PCC’s Queer Alliance (QA) club would be hosting weekly meetings every Thursday afternoon. The new reality of remote learning and social distancing led QA to come together virtually on April 25, where members talked about their favorite latest Netflix shows, share their thoughts on remote learning and keep up with each other while in quarantine. QA is PCC’s club for LGBTQ+ students and faculty on campus. Since PCC’s campus is closed due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, QA members …
Coming out: A look at Queer Alliance’s president
Sitting in the shade of the noisy quad, Frances Guzman reflected on her not so smooth coming out. Amidst the chaos of lunchtime pop music with bordering on painful sound to bass ratio, Guzman talked about coming from a childhood without LGBT+ representation, being raised in a Mexican family and learning how to navigate sexuality and gender identity largely on her own while also taking a leadership position.
‘True to myself’: LGBTQ+ pride pops off at mixer
Rainbow colored balloons filled the Center for the Arts North Patio on Thursday afternoon, signifying a special event for the LGBTQ community on campus. An outpour of support was shown from students, faculty and the Queer Alliance who co-hosted the event.
Students gather at mirror pools to reflect on diversity
Last Thursday afternoon, Associated Students held a rally in support of solidarity and spoke about the issues students of all backgrounds face everyday.
Big Gay Prom flashes back to the ‘90s
With fanny packs, overalls, bright neon skirts, and nostalgic music, the Queer Alliance club transported PCC students back in time from their regular college routine in order to experience another culture they may not be accustomed to.
‘Let’s Talk About Sex’ with Queer Alliance
The early stages of being sexually active can feel like being thrown into the deep end. Determining an individual’s limitations to sexual activity among the wide variety of intercourses is one of the many challenges that individuals must face once becoming sexually active.
Pasadena shows out in inaugural ‘Coming Out’ event
On a pristine tuesday night on the steps of Pasadena’s Central Library, The San Gabriel Valley’s Inaugural National Coming Out Day celebration commenced in spectacular fashion.
Queer Alliance club offers safe haven for LGBTQ+ community
In a world filled with discrimination, prejudice and hatred seemingly everywhere we look, one particular club at PCC offers an exception by providing a comfortable, accepting space where people you can relate to are there to support you.
Creative club carnival overtakes the Quad
The smell of teriyaki chicken and the sound of jazz music overtook the jam-packed quad Thursday afternoon.
Associated students and Queer Alliance team up for Drag Show
The Associated Students (AS) is planning to put on a drag show in April and with the help of the Queer Alliance (QA) club, the AS has discussed how to bring a fun and educational event to the PCC community.