December 15, 2021
Much of American government, specifically law enforcement has been comprised of white cis-heterosexual men which in turn creates an ingrained standard by which public servants ought to live by. Even as police demographics continue to diversify, this publication illustrates the harmful effects of white cis-heterosexist masculinity within law enforcement institutions. Written and Published in 2021.
May 15, 2022
Law enforcement remains the key critical first agency for Queer victims of rape, sexual assault, and violent hate crimes, yet community perception and trust in the agency is low. This piece illustrates the challenges and provides insights into community relations improvement. Written and published in 2022.
June 1, 2022
Japan is a peculiar region for Queer populations as official policy remains quite resistant to legal equality yet as a culture, is tolerant of Queerness. We analyze the phenomenon of Queer Japan. Written and Published in 2022.
January 15, 2020
In this publication we interview a Queer first responder working in the Midwest illustrating implicit homophobia and transphobia Queer public servants experience within their respective agency. Written in 2019. Published in 2020.
May 15, 2020
In this piece we discuss the growing number of LGBTQIA law enforcement officers and analyze the various challenges they face within the department in relations to their sexual orientation. Written and published in 2020.
May 1, 2019
In this publication we look at the political, economic, and popular culture of the United States dating back to the 1940’s and explore the ramifications of official policies and their effects on the LGBTQ+ community. Written May 2018. Published May 2019