Welcome to our publication, The Human Experience!
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What is The Human Experience? It is the validity in your story and the story of 7,000,000,000 other people in this world. How do you put a label on being human? You don’t. You open your heart and listen.
This is the foundation of our queer publication, The Human Experience (T.H.E.). T.H.E. believes in the validity of individual identities and that all people have the right to be heard, valued and welcomed in their community. By lessening bigotry and stereotypes within the queer community, we endeavor to create such a space for queer identifying people and allies.
T.H.E. will cultivate stronger communities globally through dialogue and collaboration via discussion-based opinion pieces from our readers and in-person meetups, we will give voice to our entire community by showcasing the creative people and advocates who impact queer culture and we will bring attention to local and global issues that affect the queer community, especially the marginalized communities within the queer spectrum.
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Upcoming Sections: Blogs | DIY
If you are interested in interning for T.H.E. in exchange for college credits, a lot of experience in writing and social media, a byline and a kick ass time, then email email@example.com. If you want to pitch an article to us or contact us for any reason, also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also join T.H.E. Social Media Street Team. Check it out!
We are also launching our Indieogogo project soon, and we are going to incorporate the creative queer community in our Indiegogo project. If you would like to partner with us during our Indiegogo project, we’d love to connect with you about exchanging pledge rewards (autographed CDs, books, web series, movies, etc.) in exchange for promotion of you and your work. You can email us at email@example.com.
Our social media campaigns are an avenue for you to express and share your human experience either through writing, photography or video. The more human experience submissions we receive, the more diversity we’ll have to show the world.
Each of our identities are unique and each of our identities are valid. The labels that I identify with are only aspects of who I am. No single word captures my entire human experience, and just because I identify with labels such as lesbian, woman, Mexican-American – it doesn’t mean that my experience with those labels are the same with another person who also identifies with them. No two people are the same.
We share commonalities in our human experiences, but there is diversity in our individual experiences.
Share Your Human Experience with the World.
Find out more about T.H.E. Founding Team, T.H.E. Volunteers & T.H.E. Interns. Check out T.H.E. blog. Join T.H.E. Social Media Street Team. Find us on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Google Plus, Pinterest and YouTube.
– T.H.E. Team