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lunes, 21 de diciembre de 2015

Five reasons why gender inequality is worse in U.S. than elsewhere in the world

Five reasons why gender inequality is worse in U.S. than elsewhere in the world
 - It is generally assumed women in America are better off than women in ... Do you believe gender inequality is worse in the U.S. than in other parts of ...

America's zip code inequality

America's zip code inequality
 - Inequality remained a prominent theme in public debate during 2015, likely helped by the unexpected rise and resilience of democratic socialist ...

Three LGBT Youths on Being Homeless in NYC

Three LGBT Youths on Being Homeless in NYC
 - In recent months photographer Ocean Morisset and I been documenting the stories of LGBT youths who have been driven to homelessness.

Harrogate LGBT group admit agony of growing up gay in the district

Harrogate LGBT group admit agony of growing up gay in the district
 - Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) teenagers say they face a barrage of bullying, threats and ridiculing whilst at schools across the ...

Don't call me a bigot, says Presidential hopeful who pledged to scrap LGBT rights

Don't call me a bigot, says Presidential hopeful who pledged to scrap LGBT rights
- Presidential hopeful Marco Rubio is really upset that people think he's a bigot, just because he's pledged to repeal LGBT rights laws and scrap ...

Anti-Equality Referendum Passes in Slovenia

Anti-Equality Referendum Passes in Slovenia
Today opponents of marriage equality voted to deny LGBT Slovenians their right to marry. With a vote of 63% against 37% in favor, a referendum ...

The people who made 2015 a landmark year for LGBT rights

The people who made 2015 a landmark year for LGBT rights
 - But perhaps the most significant change is the growing media presence of LGBT celebrities who have been flying the flag for greater acceptance.

Tunisia's War On LGBT People Is Heating Up

Tunisia's War On LGBT People Is Heating Up
 - The human rights organization echoes the sentiments of LGBT activists in Tunisia, who are calling for Article 230, which criminalizes consensual ...

South Florida Water Management District Says it ProtectsTransgender Employees from ...

South Florida Water Management District Says it ProtectsTransgender Employees from ...
 - Executive Director Peter Antonacci says that LGBT employees are protected whether they work in a jurisdiction that has LGBT-inclusive rights or not.

Gay Chinese Man Sues Government Over Denial of Right to Marry Partner

Gay Chinese Man Sues Government Over Denial of Right to Marry Partner
 - Meanwhile, Sun's lawyer Shi Fulong told RFA that the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people have yet to fully enter public ...

European Parliament calls for stronger LGBT rights protections

European Parliament calls for stronger LGBT rights protections
 - The European Parliament last week voted on its annual human rights report, taking into account LGBT rights. Last week, the European Parliament ...

Jenner prays with anti-LGBT pastor

Jenner prays with anti-LGBT pastor
 - Jenner, who was filming for her reality show “I Am Cait,” attended a Christmas pageant at Houston's Second Baptist Church, the largest Baptist church ...

In Latin America, an exception to falling birthrates draws new scrutiny

In Latin America, an exception to falling birthrates draws new scrutiny
 - Across Latin America, the stereotype of the large, young family is being challenged as fertility rates plummet. Girls' access to education has improved, ...

Ethnic 'treason?' How far is too far when attacking Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz?

Ethnic 'treason?' How far is too far when attacking Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz?
 - The ads, Jordan wrote, describe Sens. Marco Rubio (Fla.) and Ted Cruz (Tex.) as men running for president on platforms that amount to ethnic treason.

Conservatives win election but it is far from having an absolute majority

Conservatives win election but it is far from having an absolute majority
 - a 19-year-old Madrid university student, voted for Podemos because "it's the party that best understands the difficulties that young people are going ...

Latino Muslims Live Their Lives At The Intersection Of Three Cultures

Latino Muslims Live Their Lives At The Intersection Of Three Cultures
 - Morales noted that some Latino Muslims prefer the term "reversion" to "conversion," as Muslims believe that all people are born Muslims. "Some ...

US Minority Groups Think Doctors Don't Care About Them

US Minority Groups Think Doctors Don't Care About Them
 - A new study published in Social Science Research reveals that African-American and Latino minority groups in the United States are having trust issues with their physicians. These groups of minorities have higher mistrust than white people, according to researcher Abigail Sewell from the University of Pennsylvania.

Chile has made huge higher education strides, but must invest in technology

Chile has made huge higher education strides, but must invest in technology
 - Chile provides more access to higher education for needy families than any other country in Latin America, including those that offer free tuition, and it ...

Gay marriage around the world

Gay marriage around the world
 - Homosexual couples were allowed to adopt children in 2006. ... Argentina became the first Latin American country to legalise same-sex marriage.

African American women least likely to benefit from neoadjuvant breast cancer treatment

African American women least likely to benefit from neoadjuvant breast cancer treatment
 - Neoadjuvant chemotherapy treatment is less likely to be effective in African American women with breast cancer than in women in other racial minority ...