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Designing Gender Freedom

After struggling to find clothes that represented them, Nikki Nelson launched Queer Suave to create a space that focused on fashion and clothing.

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Still She Rises

Treated as a “bad Black girl” in school, Shyra-Sekani Adams found her voice and purpose by leading Freedom, Inc.’s Freedom Youth Squad.

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Taking a Swing

Badgerland Softball Women’s+ Commissioner Jess Wreczycki recounts finding the league before she was out and how it contributed to her growth as a person and in community.

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A Truly Civil Servant

While a movement is always bigger than a single person, few have moved as much as Dick Wagner. An early advocate, architect, and historian for Wisconsin’s LGBTQ communities, as one of the first out electeds in the nation, he pioneered the way for, and mentored, Senator Tammy Baldwin and Congressman Mark Pocan. As former Wisconsin State Assemblyman David Clarenbach has said, “There are, regrettably, no more Dick Wagners.”

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Designing Gender Freedom

After struggling to find clothes that represented them, Nikki Nelson launched Queer Suave to create a space that focused on fashion and clothing.

A Home for Art

Kristin and Nicollette Ellis create a space for art in McFarland with the Farwell Gallery.

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A Secret Worth Sharing

A 25-year exercise in spontaneity and experimentation transformed a neglected property into an eclectic eden.

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The Queer Future is Disabled

Disability Pride takes a look at the movement for disability justice, its role in queer justice, and why accessibility has to be a basic human right.

The Echo Chamber of Pandemic Grief

Loss is already hard enough, but when compounded by isolation and sociopolitical tensions it can be more challenging to find closure. After losing her grandfather early in the pandemic, Sami Schalk unpacks the process of pandemic grief.

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