Tag Archives: oppression

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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LGBT Oppression, From A First-person Perspective

Rory O’Neill aka drag queen Panti Bliss expresses eloquently what it feels like to be a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender person. No one, no matter who they are, should ever feel the need that they have to check themselves. … Continue reading

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Black Gay Men on their Relationship to Feminism

From Steven-Emmanuel Martinez’s Huffington Post article: …when gay men badger other gay men because of socially constructed ideals about how a man is supposed to act, when our position in the bedroom becomes a foundation for establishing gender roles, when … Continue reading

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