Author: Justin Sedor

A Note on the New Issue

Dear Bruin OutWrite Readers, OutWrite’s Spring Issue came last week. You may have seen it on newsstands across campus on Wednesday. If you looked after Wednesday, however, you probably noticed that they were nowhere to be found. If you or someone you know has any information on a possible theft of our issues, please come […]

Obama and the Great Gay Marriage Flip-Flop

Ahh, the Republican Primary – what a thrill it has been to watch that hot, sticky mess play out. And while Mitt Romney has emerged as the likely nominee, he hasn’t exactly come out clean. Observers across the political spectrum see him as a flip-flopper. A fake. And, of course, an “Etch-a-Sketch.” His constantly “evolving” […]


Like many in our community, I”ve been following the Republican presidential primary process with an ever-increasing amount of pure, unadulterated glee. As many have argued, the longer this circus goes on, and the zanier it gets, the better things look for Obama, whoever the Republican nominee turns out to be. But as the tides have […]

On Human Rights Day

December 10 is a special day for queer folks. Oh, wait, you didn’t know? No, it’s not the day where everything at Diesel is 80% off, nor does it signify three-for-one margaritas at Truck Stop. It’s not Madonna’s birthday, or Ellen’s or Shane’s or Anderson Cooper’s. Are you stumped? It’s Human Rights Day! Crickets… Yep. […]