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Director To Launch LGBT History Documentary Starring You

Joe Jervis, blogger for Joe. My. God., reports that director Stu Maddix, who’s fims Include the documentary Gen Silent, is launching a new documentary project. The project, entitled Reel In The Closet, wants to trace Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender … Continue reading

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Us Vs. Them: An Op-Ed on the Gay Rights Drama

From Canada’s Montreal Gazette comes an op-ed by a Jillian on the drama of gay rights and equality. Jillian frames the commentary in a protagonist vs. antagonist style. Within this examination, Jillian asks what is the motivation behind fundamentalist, religious … Continue reading

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An 8 Year Old Teaches His Class About Harvey Milk

Amelia is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post. She writes articles about her journey with her son who told her that he’s gay. In an installment at the beginning of March 2013, she writes about him teaching his second-grade … Continue reading

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African-American Support for Marriage Equality: Donzaleigh Abernathy, Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Godneice

Prepared to be wowed! Learn more about Ralph David Abernathy

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Talking the Walk on Transgender Rights

Buzzfeed has an excellent article on the advancement of transgender rights within the Democratic Party. What sets this article apart from being just another recap of those advances is the discussion of making sure that those advances, and transgender men … Continue reading

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My Discrimination Can Beat Up Your Discrimination

Discrimination is discrimination is discrimination no matter what form it takes. Prejudice against a group, based on a real or perceived traits, is still discrimination. That trait can be nationality, gender, culture, skin tone, physical ability, religion and so forth. … Continue reading

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