Tag Archives: prejudice

Video Review: Tom Goss’s ‘Illuminate the Dark’

Aside from the message of not being judgmental based on appearances, I really like that this video has one of my favorite bloggers, Lori Duron, as a participant. Duron is the mother of a gender non-conforming boy. In her words, … Continue reading

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HIV PSA Creates Message from Historical LGBT Footage

Ryan Murphy, who directed HBO’s television movie version of The Normal Heart, created the below HIV Public Service Announcement using historical footage. From the YouTube descprition: “The Fight Continues” examines prejudice and homophobia — topics as relevant now as they … Continue reading

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Overcoming our Own Stereotyping and Prejudices

As Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) persons, we’re always internally on guard for how we may be received by any given stranger at any given time. We think to ourselves ‘will they treat us with respect?’ and, at times, … Continue reading

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Big show of support for Boise anti-discrimination ordinance

As first seen on the blog, Joe. My. God, Boise Idaho is considering an ordinance that would ban discrimination¬†against Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender persons in the city. If successful, Boise would only be the second city in Idaho to … Continue reading

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Bible Quotes as Discrimination – Retro Edition

Lest you think that biblical signage and quotes are just a thing of the modern-day¬†gay rights struggle, the New Orleans Times-Picayune brings you this reminder of another sincere religious belief: The photo is from protestors who were against the integration … 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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