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martes, 27 de junio de 2017

Donations to LGBTQ homeless shelters are crucial

Donations to LGBTQ homeless shelters are crucial
- While pride is a time to celebrate how far the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) community has come, it is also a time to ...

These Portraits Share The Intimate Stories Of Coming Out As LGBTQ

These Portraits Share The Intimate Stories Of Coming Out As LGBTQ
- I decided to interview LGBTQ individuals from different parts of the world about their experiences, took their portrait, and had them handwrite the ...

What Does Pride Mean To You? Chicago's LGBTQ Community Weighs In

What Does Pride Mean To You? Chicago's LGBTQ Community Weighs In
- For some who feel their letters are lost in the alphabet soup of LGBTQ, Pride has a more complex meaning: one that is rife with inequity for those who ...

Aging LGBTQ Adults Anxiously Await Planned Housing Development In DC

Aging LGBTQ Adults Anxiously Await Planned Housing Development In DC
- From the apartment rental application process, to tenancy, to coexisting within a neighborhood, Burgess said the LGBTQ community often faces ...

Here's How Many LGBQ People Actually Got Married After That Historic SCOTUS Decision

Here's How Many LGBQ People Actually Got Married After That Historic SCOTUS Decision
- The poll found that as of this year, 10.2% of LGBQ people are married to someone of the same gender, which is up from 7.9% the months before SCOTUS legalized marriage equality across the country. It's only slightly higher than in 2016, though, when 9.6% of LGBQ people were married to someone of the same gender.
Though that percentage may seem small, if broken down by the 12,832 people identified as LGBT, it accounts for about 130 LGBQ people who are now married — that's a whole bunch of weddings.



Neil Gorsuch Is The Anti-LGBTQ Nightmare His Gay Friends Hoped He Wasn't

Neil Gorsuch Is The Anti-LGBTQ Nightmare His Gay Friends Hoped He Wasn't
- A few days after my piece (and after critiques by other writers and LGBTQ legal scholars and groups about the dangers Gorsuch posed), came a New ...

Pride Center of Staten Island marches for LGBTQ rights at NYC Pride

Pride Center of Staten Island marches for LGBTQ rights at NYC Pride
- The Pride Center of Staten Island reps were smiles as they showed off their rainbow colors on Sunday afternoon. The Center ...

Visibility Is at the Heart of LGBTQ Politics. But Is It Always the Best Strategy?

Visibility Is at the Heart of LGBTQ Politics. But Is It Always the Best Strategy?
- As we mark Pride month with celebrations of the Stonewall uprising—the event that launched the modern LGBTQ movement with newly emboldened ...

Arrogant, Intolerant, Dangerous': Survey Shows What the World Thinks of Trump

Arrogant, Intolerant, Dangerous': Survey Shows What the World Thinks of Trump
Trump administration, like his longstanding call for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and his decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accord.

As Trump frightens Mexicans less, peso leads emerging currencies rally

As Trump frightens Mexicans less, peso leads emerging currencies rally
- The election of Donald Trump battered the Mexican currency to a record low against the US dollar in January, as investors bet the enactment of ...

Trump is destroying America's image around the world

Trump is destroying America's image around the world
- It might seem like a subjective judgment to say that Donald Trump is wrecking America’s image. But a new Pew poll of 37 countries shows that this is measurable reality: Perceptions of the United States have collapsed since President Trump took office.
Pew asked people in countries ranging from Canada to Brazil to Russia whether they had favorable views of the US, and whether they had confidence in the US president to do the right thing in world affairs — questions they had also asked of people in these countries back when Barack Obama was president. The change between the Obama results and this year’s Trump results in Pew’s worldwide average are striking:

Supreme Court Ruling on Mexico Shooting Adds to Texas Immigration Battles

Supreme Court Ruling on Mexico Shooting Adds to Texas Immigration Battles
- The state of Texas, at the forefront of President Donald Trump's efforts to counter immigration from Mexico, is at the center of several major court battles ...

Global view of US worsens under Trump, Pew says

Global view of US worsens under Trump, Pew says
Pew Research first began polling international attitudes on the US in 2002. In total, 40,447 were surveyed from February 16 to May 8 via telephone or face-to-face interviews, depending on the country, and the margin of error is between 3 to 5%.
When each country was asked which leader they had confidence in to "do the right thing regarding world affairs," only Israel and Russia had more confidence in Trump than former US President Barack Obama.

Mexico wall is Trump's worst policy, according to the world

Mexico wall is Trump's worst policy, according to the world
- One of Donald Trump's most infamous policies is his proposal for a wall on the border of the United States and Mexico - a cornerstone of his ...

Premier Li Keqiang Plays Up China's New Global Role as the Responsible Antidote to Trump's ...

Premier Li Keqiang Plays Up China's New Global Role as the Responsible Antidote to Trump's ...
Trump has vowed to introduce large import levies, especially targeting China and Mexico, in a bid to force American companies to bring low-skilled ...

Trump's America embraces gay marriage, survey shows

Trump's America embraces gay marriage, survey shows
- It said Republicans are now split almost evenly, a marked shift from 2013, when 61% opposed gay marriage. Overall, almost two thirds of Americans ...



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