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King of Cats – A Book by Blake Fraina
An inciteful look at the book King of Cats by Blake Fraina. It's a twist on the "typical" gay writing that I am sure you will enjoy as much as I have.
Let Your Voice Be Heard
Do your part and let your voice be heard. WHat can you do to help solve the problems of inequity between the hetero world and the GLBTA community.
Gay Pride... what does it really mean?
The Pink Triangle - Cruel Fate or Solidarity
What's in a symbol, and why should I care? History is what defines us, and the lack of understanding historical items makes us unable to fully comprehend our importance and place in this world. The pink triangle is one symbol of many.. is it a symbol of cruel fate or solidarity?
Bradley Chelsea Manning - Demeaning the criminal
Private Manning is a convicted criminal for leaking classified American military secrets. Whether or not you agree with the conviction, or the sentence, is not up for debate in this article. What is up for debate is the recent reveal of Private Manning’s Gender Identity Dysphoria.
MTF - Male to Female Trans* coming out
There comes a time in our lives when we have to say goodbye to a piece of us, and welcome the new. Tonight, you shall experience a very emotional and raw account of doing just that. Let go of the past, embrace the future.
Protection 101 – Types of barriers
Protective barriers. They are made of many different materials. They come in many colors and textures. They are meant to protect you against pregnancy and transmission of diseases (STD’s). What types are there?
What does your label read?
Labels. You know what they are. He’s Gay. She is a Lesbian. Oh, that is a BISEXUAL! He is too fat. She is too thin. That is a Granola Dyke. He is Christian. She is a Jew. Why do we have these labels and why do we need them?
Yossi & Jagger - A Film By Eyten Fox
Imagine a life of hardship. You're serving your country in one of the most hostile regions of the world. You don't think about love or your life after, you're just trying to survive. And then love finds you. What do you do? Do you give in?
Disadvataged GLBT Students
Are GLBT students disadvantaged? Here I explore this question in more detail and offer suggestions to this question.
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