April 12, 2016

More White-Shaming at the University of Oklahoma

Students are learning all about "privilege" and "microaggressions" in a human relations theory class at the University of Oklahoma.

April 09, 2016

Looks Like That 'Gender Studies' Class Had the Desired Effect

OSU held its 10th annual "Dragonfly" drag show this week, The O'Colly reports, in which students competed for "best drag queen and drag king. All proceeds from the show supported Freedom Oklahoma, an organization that lobbies on behalf of the state's LGBT community."
Papa Molly, a drag king and political science major, said she thinks of the event as a platform as well. It's not only to showcase her personality but to also make a statement about what's considered masculine and what's feminine. "Last semester, I took a gender studies class and it totally rocked my world," said Molly, also known as Aeryanna.
Apparently these shows aren't for the faint of heart. As OSU noted regarding the 2014 performance held in the Wes Watkins Center, "This show is adult in nature and is not recommended for those under the age of 18. Parental guidance is suggested."

April 02, 2016

UCO Is Launching a BGLTQ+ Student Center and Gender Studies Program

In case you're wondering, BGLTQ+ stands for "bisexual, gay, lesbian, transgender, intersex, asexual, queer, questioning and allied students." The Gayly has the story.

March 23, 2016

Could Not Be Prouder of This Little Pumpkin

Here's a clip from the March 24, 2016, edition of Edmond Life & Leisure.



March 17, 2016

Tonight's Bathtub Highlights

Four-year-old Oliver this evening:
  • "I wonder who's gonna win a game of Trivial Pursuit when it's me against Lillie and we're both in heaven. That's a great question."
  • "How can Jesus be God and be the Son of God?"

March 13, 2016

Selection Fun Day 2016

In the background you'll notice Oliver, hoisted and enjoying the moment:



And some national TV exposure for the lad too:


UPDATE: And then there's this:

The $7,000 Teacher Pay Raise That Wasn't

FOX 25 reports on Oklahoma's non-teaching staffing surge.