A self-proclaimed “professional bisexual,” Ochs returned to Harvard this month to present “Beyond Bisexuality 101,” an event focused on fighting bisexual erasure and biphobia. Afterwards, Ochs sat down with FM to discuss being bisexual, fighting transphobia, and challenging the gender binary.
The IOP may have stripped Chelsea Manning of her visiting fellowship, but that did not stop her from coming to Cambridge and meeting with Harvard students.
The College is currently reviewing proposals to add a gender-neutral housing option for freshman, according to Director of BGLTQ Student Life Sheehan D. Scarborough ’07.
Chanting “Trans lives matter!” and “Stand up, Fight back!”, dozens of Harvard students and Cambridge residents protested the arrival of an anti-transgender “free speech” bus on Harvard’s campus Thursday afternoon.
The Office of BGLTQ Student Life reaffirmed its support for transgender students ahead of a scheduled campus visit from an anti-transgender “Free Speech Bus.”
Students gathered in the Yard Monday to express support for transgender rights, protesting President Donald Trump’s decision to rescind federal protections for transgender students.
“Massachusetts does a great job of taking care of older adults, but LGBT folks were nowhere on the radar. We kept thinking: How can we begin to build some bridges to engage them?”
Some members of Harvard College’s faith groups say they welcome the discussions of religion and sexuality that Scarborough aims to foster.