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A View Into The Mind of Gay Sociological Analysis

What’s it like to be a gay person? What’s it like to be constantly evaluating, analyzing, checking yourself in social situations to determine if you will be accepted, tolerated, discriminated, snubbed or even attacked? College Student Andrew Gelwicks gives us … Continue reading

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The Evolving Language of LGBTs: Animal Classifications

In a previous post, I blogged about Fusion TV’s trip to Bear Week. In the short television clip, they provided definitions on the different classifications of Bears within that community subgroup: Polar Bear, the older bear type; Cub, the younger … Continue reading

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Get Ready to Hear ‘When Are You Going to Get Married?’ Gay Couples

In the below clip from Ellen Degeneres’s talk show, actor Jim Parsons is confronted with a question that more and more gay couples will have to answer as gay marriage equality becomes more commonplace and everyday (at the 0:35 mark) … Continue reading

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Gay Bars Aren’t Going Anywhere. They’re Just Evolving, Too

The blog site Joe. My. God. posts an excerpt from BBC News on a recurring question within the gay community. With equality for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people becoming ever more prevalent, will the need for gay bars … Continue reading

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