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lunes, 14 de marzo de 2016

Are Christian Schools Telling LGBT Students They Can Be Gay as Long as They Don't Act Gay?

Are Christian Schools Telling LGBT Students They Can Be Gay as Long as They Don't Act Gay?
 - The Atlantic is reporting that several evangelical universities who no longer have specifically anti-LGBT policies are still subtly discriminating against ...

4 LGBT-Affirming Islamic Teachings

4 LGBT-Affirming Islamic Teachings
 - There are many LGBT Muslims and many LGBT persons who embrace Islam as their faith. They address the prohibitive Islamic texts on homosexuality ...

How Nancy Reagan Finally Started a Conversation About AIDS -- 35 Years Later

How Nancy Reagan Finally Started a Conversation About AIDS -- 35 Years Later
 - I've invited her to come on my radio program on SiriusXM Progress to discuss the issue, and to talk about many other issues affecting LGBT people, ...

Tough Love Season 3 Addresses LGBT Representation—Without Six-Packs

Tough Love Season 3 Addresses LGBT Representation—Without Six-Packs
 - After a nearly two-year hiatus (and an enormously successful Kickstarter campaign), New York-based LGBT web series Tough Love is back—and its bigger, better, and snarkier than ever. The series’ third season has Steven Bell and costar Blaire Wendel continuing to play exaggerated versions of themselves, while navigating the perils of modern love, employment, and general livelihood with equal measures irreverence and insight.

In Indonesia, homophobes say the craziest things

In Indonesia, homophobes say the craziest things
 - But the country remains very squeamish about LGBT life. ... He referred to the LGBT movement as a “kind of modern warfare … the cheapest warfare ...

Alleged gay man beaten to death in Nigeria

Alleged gay man beaten to death in Nigeria
 - However, the person who posted the note also noted that a better way to handle LGBT individuals would be to 'handover to the police for proper ...

Poor knowledge leads to prolonged discrimination against LGBT people

Poor knowledge leads to prolonged discrimination against LGBT people
 - It's not an illness: A member of the Indonesian LGBT community displays a placard stating that homosexuality is not a mental illness. Rights groups ...

Some 90 per cent of domestic workers excluded from social protection

Some 90 per cent of domestic workers excluded from social protection
 - While the largest gaps in social security coverage for domestic work are concentrated in developing countries – with Asia and Latin America ...

Honduras and Colombia Are Latin America's Most Unequal Countries

Honduras and Colombia Are Latin America's Most Unequal Countries
 - The study's findings show that while Latin America isn't the poorest region on the globe, the ladder between the richest and the most impoverished is ...

Who Will They Come for If We Let Them?

Who Will They Come for If We Let Them?
 - Can we reject the crowds and the pressure to allow hatred and discrimination, whether it is against Muslims or Mexicans or black people or LGBT ...

Black Conservatives Aren't Really Black?

Black Conservatives Aren't Really Black?
 - “I think many people would like to see an African American on the Supreme Court,” Bass declared in spite ... If that isn't racism, then what on earth is?

MIT grad launches job-matching app to combat racial, gender bias in tech hiring

MIT grad launches job-matching app to combat racial, gender bias in tech hiring
 - Lampkin told Forbes she wondered whether being a young African American woman had something to do with it. Research would support Lampkin's ...

Majority of Americans Cite Racial Discrimination as a Source of Stress

Majority of Americans Cite Racial Discrimination as a Source of Stress
 - Black, Asian, Hispanic, and American Indian/Alaska native adults said that the discrimination they experience is largely due to their race. "Stress takes ...

Latin America Can Slash Poverty with Property Rights

Latin America Can Slash Poverty with Property Rights
 - Countries that flourish economically understand the difference between prosperity and poverty: property. In Latin America, Venezuela and Argentina ...

HIV High Among African American Gay and Bisexual Men

HIV High Among African American Gay and Bisexual Men
 - A recent study by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released that among gay and bisexual men, African American gay and ...

Amid 2016 Presidential Race, America is Primed for Extremist Violence

Amid 2016 Presidential Race, America is Primed for Extremist Violence
 - Mistrust between Muslims and non-Muslims; conflict between law enforcement and African American communities; fear and anger over how to ...