“What Matters Most to You About Your Queerness and Why?”

Authenticity, equity, and freedom. Representation and belonging. Inclusivity, empathy, and safety.

June 09, 2022

Collage of colorful portraits of students of the GSB pride club, smiling, laughing, and looking serious. Photos by Elena Zhukova

Members of the Stanford GSB Pride Club. Top row, left to right: Julianne Brands, Daniel Sandoval, Kunal Doshi, Rustom Birdie, Iñigo Gutierrez Fernandez. Bottom row, left to right: Jason Buchel, Vanessa Bernick, Eric Chien Nevalsky, Benjamin Mitchell White| Images by Elena Zhukova

“Love should never mean having to live in fear. Owning my story and loving myself through that process is the bravest thing I have ever done.” — Kunal Doshi, MSx ’22

This Pride Month, we asked students in the Stanford GSB Pride Club to share an important aspect of their queer identities worth celebrating. Read their reflections.

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