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protagonists from the films Mosquita y Mari, Vida, A Fantastic Woman, The Garden Left Behind and Sand Dollars

Cinema powerfully reflects and shapes society, with queer cinema pushing boundaries and advocating for diversity. When blended with the rich diversity of Latine culture, it births an enlightening and varied cinematic journey.

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Coach Nathalie Huerta in a gym with seven people behind her inside a gym

You know how working out can be a real challenge? Well, finding safe, inclusive spaces to sweat it out can be an even bigger hurdle. That was until The Queer Gym stepped into the picture.

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a photograph of Gloria Anzaldúa with a hat with the sea behind her

In the heart of the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas, a beacon of hope and resilience was born. On September 26, 1942, Gloria Evangelina Anzaldúa came into a world that wasn't quite ready for her. As a Chicana, a lesbian, and a feminist, Anzaldúa was set to challenge a predominantly Anglo-American and heteronormative society in a way that would forever change the discourse surrounding queer and Chicano identities.

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