The term “Hot Girl Summer” was popularized in 2019 by the release of Megan Thee Stallion’s song by the same name. Across social media platforms, there doesn’t appear to be one clear-cut definition of what a hot girl summer is or who can even partake to begin with – and despite what the name might suggest, it’s not limited by gender.
We’ve all been there – a date riddled with awkward silences, repeatedly looking at the time wondering how much longer till it’s over or trying to find a plausible excuse to abruptly, yet politely, end the date.
Many of us know very little about the personal lives of our professors, including Western Washington University Professor Gigi Berardi, who teaches in the College of the Environment.
Generation Z climate activists took to social media to protest United States President Joe Biden’s approval of the Willow Project. But they failed to take into consideration just how complex the issue is.
Representative Zooey Zephyr took a stand against transphobia — a remarkable act of bravery. Zephyr, the first transgender person to serve in the Montana state legislature, spoke out against S.B. 99, which would prohibit gender-affirming care for minors.
On April 27, Governor Jay Inslee signed a bill with a flick of his pen. Senate Bill 5489, previously known as House Bill 1469, protects healthcare workers who provide reproductive healthcare and gender-affirming services from harassment.
I was scrolling through TikTok a few months ago when I first heard the song "Silk Chiffon" by a band called MUNA. I was drawn to its danceability and joyfulness, and I’ve since fallen in love with MUNA and the queer representation it has to offer.