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Who are you? (Creative answers encouraged!)
I am Jamie Royce. I am the freethinker of freethinkers. Heavily modified, I am extremely recognizable. I can usually be found huddled over some sort of publication or writing, absorbing its content and editing it, of course. Also, I hate people that automatically assume the elevator is empty and rush onto it as the door is opening. I loved watching the cartoon about BeetleJuice when I was kid, as well as climbing the bee-filled crab apple tree in my mother’s front lawn. I currently attend the University of Cincinnati, majoring in journalism.

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Get tested in honor of World AIDS Day

Posted on December 1, 2009 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

Dec. 1 marks the 21st celebration of World AIDS Day, an international day to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS.

Worldwide 33.4 million people live with HIV/AIDS, according to international AIDS charity, AVERT. Of those 33.4 million people, 1 million live in the United States. Every year the United States adds 56,000 people to that number.

To bring the number closer to home, 15,412 Ohioians live with HIV/AIDS, according to the Ohio Department of Health. In Hamilton County,… Continue

UC flash mob for marriage equality

Posted on November 18, 2009 at 12:43pm 0 Comments

Ohio seems more liberal than ever

Posted on November 13, 2009 at 1:35pm 0 Comments

On Tuesday, Nov. 3, Ohioans elected 10 public officials from the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, bringing in a record number of progressive LGBT voices, with positions ranging from school board to municipal court judge.

“The Ohio Democratic Party is proud to have recruited and groomed candidates across Ohio who reflect the great diversity of our party and our state,” Ohio Democratic Party Chairman Chris Redfern said.

Amanda Armstrong, a third-year student… Continue

Bouncer uses unnecessary force to remove gay man at guerrilla queer bar

Posted on November 12, 2009 at 12:06pm 0 Comments

This month's Cincinnati Guerrilla Queer Bar event took place at Million's, sibling bar to Mount Lookout Tavern. Not unlike queerings past, women were allowed to dance on the stage or poles but men were not, resulting in the use of force against a gay man.

Many men were asked to leave the stage and were pulled down by a bouncer. Some tried to resist, but it wasn't until a pair refused to leave the stage that the situation began to escalate, as evidenced in the video… Continue

UC flash mob scheduled for Tuesday

Posted on November 9, 2009 at 1:07pm 0 Comments

It has been five years for Ohio, one year for California and one week for Maine. Citizens in these areas have been stripped of their rights under the guise of defending marriage. It’s time to change that.

For Tuesday, Nov. 10, University of Cincinnati students have planned a flash mob and silent protest in response. A flash mob is a brief assembly of people, from seemingly out of no where, who freeze in a position that represents what that particular issue means to… Continue

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