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martes, 29 de noviembre de 2016

China's LGBT community moving ahead slowly but surely

China's LGBT community moving ahead slowly but surely
- As much as it was seen as a loss for the Chinese LGBT community, however, the most important take-away from this case was the fact that it is the first ...

Majority of LGBT South Africans live in fear of discrimination

Majority of LGBT South Africans live in fear of discrimination
- More than half (55%) of lesbian‚ gay‚ bisexual and transgender (LGBT) South Africans fear they will experience discrimination due to their sexual ...

Malawians Speak Out On LGBT Rights

Malawians Speak Out On LGBT Rights
- Malawians have voiced their opinions on the matter concerning lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender rights with most against ...

How to be LGBT in business

How to be LGBT in business
- Bettel, 43, spoke movingly about coming out to his family and friends at a time when LGBT organisations were few and far between. He also reminded ...

Critics say Mariela Castro LGBT documentary 'glosses over' Cuba's rights abuses

Critics say Mariela Castro LGBT documentary 'glosses over' Cuba's rights abuses
- A new HBO documentary detailing Mariela Castro's fight for LGBT equality in Cuba has been described as “pure propaganda” by critics and accused ...

Australia boy's death reignites focus on LGBT bullying

Australia boy's death reignites focus on LGBT bullying
Much discussion surrounded the merits of a controversial Australian education programme, Safe Schools, that aims to stop LGBT bullying in schools.

No decision yet by Baton Rouge judge on battle over LGBT anti-discrimination order in Louisiana

No decision yet by Baton Rouge judge on battle over LGBT anti-discrimination order in Louisiana
- Gov. John Bel Edwards has said his LGBT-rights protection order is a statement that Louisiana doesn't discriminate while state Attorney General Jeff ...

Kristin Chenoweth Has A Message For Religious People Who Oppose LGBT Rights

Kristin Chenoweth Has A Message For Religious People Who Oppose LGBT Rights
- At a recent press junket for the production, Chenoweth was asked whether she felt a responsibility to her LGBT fans in the wake of President-elect ...

Fidel may be gone, but his legacy lives on in Latin America

Fidel may be gone, but his legacy lives on in Latin America
- In nations with extreme inequality, governments took lessons from his ... Leftists in Latin America have little interest in armed revolution anymore.

One way to reduce wealth inequality

One way to reduce wealth inequality
- In America, wealth increased by $4.6 trillion from mid-2014 to mid-2015 and reached $85.9 trillion. This increase is large enough that it was more than ...

No Asians, no black people. Why do gay people tolerate blatant racism?

No Asians, no black people. Why do gay people tolerate blatant racism?
- I’m sexualised for my skin tone and never treated as a person,” Saif tells me. “The community is trained to accept a white, ‘masc’, muscled gay man and the rest of us are not really accepted or ‘one of their own’.” It’s not the individual he blames, but being conditioned by a community that venerates the “sexual image of a


Some blacks applaud Castro legacy of racial equality

Some blacks applaud Castro legacy of racial equality
- The Fidel Castro that Sam Riddle and many other African-Americans admired was not the brutal revolutionary dictator who plunged ...

How Black Businesses Can Benefit From Trump Presidency

How Black Businesses Can Benefit From Trump Presidency
- There is a racial, wealth, and ideological schism between Blacks and Trump electoral supporters. Rather than capitalize on accomplishments among ...

Black America still in bondage; a smart vote trumps emotions

Black America still in bondage; a smart vote trumps emotions
- Charles Minimah: Black America still in bondage; a smart vote trumps ... The African American community remains in bondage and has, increasingly ... a rocky road ahead and will be tested vehemently on America's racial divide.

Gun Store Owners Report That More African Americans Are Buying Guns Since Donald Trump's Win

Gun Store Owners Report That More African Americans Are Buying Guns Since Donald Trump's Win
- To be sure, attitudes toward guns are still deeply divided along racial lines, with 60 percent of blacks prioritizing controls on gun ownership over ...
iPhone users are liars, Android users are not: Study
 - Researchers also found that iPhone users have lower level of honesty and humility compared to the Android users.  "Key differences in personality were also observed with iPhone users displaying lower levels of Honesty-Humility and higher levels of emotionality."
The research was originally conducted in September at the British Psychological Society Social Psychology Section annual conference. "This study provides new insights into personality differences between different types of smartphone users," said Heather Shaw, from the University of Lincoln in the U.K. "Smartphone choice is the most basic level of smartphone personalisation, and even this can tell us a lot about the user," she added