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Pro-LGBT orgs bullish on 2016

Pro-LGBT orgs bullish on 2016
 - On the heels of promising recent developments for LGBT rights, two organisations have said 2015 was a good year for the people they represent, and ...

Top 10 international stories of 2015

Top 10 international stories of 2015
 - Some of the top international LGBT news stories in 2015 include the marriage referendum in Ireland, the deadly attack at Jerusalem pride resulting in ...

Exciting LGBT-inclusive entertainment to look forward to in 2016!

Exciting LGBT-inclusive entertainment to look forward to in 2016!
 - 2016 is just around the corner, here are just a few of the LGBT-inclusive series and films to look forward to in the new year.

Seven predictions for how the world will change in 2016

Seven predictions for how the world will change in 2016
 - While we can expect a few victories for LGBT rights next year, they won't come at the speed we've expected – and we must also prepare for more ...

Gay, lesbian seniors recall 2015 milestones

Gay, lesbian seniors recall 2015 milestones
 - It's been a memorable year for LGBT rights, as several seniors pointed out recently in interviews with the Bay Area Reporter . "It's about time!" lesbian ...

2015 was a tale of two lives for LGBT people

 2015 was a tale of two lives for LGBT people
 - It was a recognition of LGBT equality by the people, and, therefore, it symbolises a huge milestone, something that was inconceivable a few years ...

Libs Complain TV Abortions Are Whiter Than Reality

Libs Complain TV Abortions Are Whiter Than Reality
 - There's no one on the left pushing for a 3 percent cast limit on LGBT characters. In fact, there are continual cries for greater (and might I add, ...

The 5 Most Retiree-Friendly Countries

The 5 Most Retiree-Friendly Countries
 - The country is known for having one of the best healthcare systems in Latin America, and as in other Central American countries, healthcare-related ...

So Democrats Love America More than Republicans?

So Democrats Love America More than Republicans?
 - And so it appears that there was something good about the America of ... not that justice dictated turning the country into Africa, Latin America, or Asia.

Race to Equity scholarship recipients discuss inequality and goals

Race to Equity scholarship recipients discuss inequality and goals
 - For her essay, White said she did research on statistics of African Americans in prison, in higher education and in schools as evidence of racial ...

Meet the amazing LGBT women who defined 2015

Meet the amazing LGBT women who defined 2015
 - their 2015 Rainbow List of the 101 most influential LGBTI people in the UK. ... But it also got me thinking about the LGBT women who have defined my 2015. ... The political success story of the year, if not the decade, Black swept to ...

Lawmakers already trying to roll back LGBT rights in 2016

Lawmakers already trying to roll back LGBT rights in 2016
 - Congress held a forum to address violence against transgender people. ... to violence against marginalized communities, including black people.

What does 2016 (most likely) have in store, and what can we expect?

What does 2016 (most likely) have in store, and what can we expect?
 - In a post-marriage equality world, some people are getting the wrong idea, that ... Intra-LGBT proxy battles over trans inclusion in 2015, such as for the film ... to violence against marginalized communities, including black people.

Quentin Tarantino says 'it's about damn time' US discussed its racist past

Quentin Tarantino says 'it's about damn time' US discussed its racist past
 - Quentin Tarantino said white officers shooting unarmed black people was nothing new in America's troubled history.