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miércoles, 7 de marzo de 2018

Yes, LGBT People Can Overcome Heterosexual Privilege

Yes, LGBT People Can Overcome Heterosexual Privilege
- Having overcome unfulfilling spending, Thames askes LGBT and straight people to question how they use their precious resources of time and money. Thames believes that “anywhere along the frugality continuum you can derive benefit from being more financially secure and financially stable.”.

India's first TransQueen resigns, fights on and off the stage while participating MIQ

India's first TransQueen resigns, fights on and off the stage while participating MIQ
- Kolkata: India's first TransQueen Nitasha Biswas is participating in Miss International Queen (MIQ) 2018, at Bangkok, which could have been the inception of a grand phase for India's Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) community but it has been marred by a series of allegation and counter ...

Suitsupply poster vandalism shows LGBT emancipation still has long way to go, interest groups

Suitsupply poster vandalism shows LGBT emancipation still has long way to go, interest groups
- The fact that clothing brand Suitsupply's new ad posters showing two men being affectionate are being vandalized across the Netherlands, shows that LGBT emancipation still has a long way to go, according to LGTB organizations COC and Pride Amsterdam. The Suitsupply posters were placed on ...

Spiritual insights for LGBT Catholics

Spiritual insights for LGBT Catholics
- Over the last few months, I have heard from many L.G.B.T. Catholics who are struggling with their faith and their place in the church. The most common questions concern coming out, that is, sharing the reality of their orientation or identity with family and friends. For many people, young and old, coming ...

Transgender woman speaks out about being a foster carer: 'It has changed my life for the better'

Transgender woman speaks out about being a foster carer: 'It has changed my life for the better'
- Ms Howard is now keen to use LGBT Fostering Week (5-9 March) as a time to change the narrative among many LGBT people that their gender identity or sexuality could present a barrier to them becoming foster carers or adopters. With a record 72,600 children in care in England last year and more ...

Toronto police interviewed Bruce McArthur years before arrest

Toronto police interviewed Bruce McArthur years before arrest
- Ward went on to call an earlier McArthur interview "the best kept secret" in Toronto's tight-knit LGBT community. While Toronto police began investigating the disappearances in 2012, the force has been criticized for dismissing the community's concerns about a possible serial killer. Detectives have since ...

How One Entrepreneur Plans To Use Blockchain To Help The LGBT Community

How One Entrepreneur Plans To Use Blockchain To Help The LGBT Community
- Blockchain has been in the news cycle for the past year, but with all the hype surrounding it, one man intends to use it for a more greater good: to help lift the LGBTQ+ community. Christof Wittig is the chairman of the LGBT Foundation, a nonprofit that aims to introduce a cryptocurrency token – the LGBT ...

Fort Lauderdale On Cusp of History-Making Election

Fort Lauderdale On Cusp of History-Making Election
- Ed Leuchs, a Fort Lauderdale resident and director with the Dolphin Democrats, said it's the focus by LGBT candidates on issues, rather than running solely on being LGBT, that has made it possible for so many LGBT candidates to win elected office in Florida and across the country. “I think that tracks ...

Mexicans hail Oscars as sign of cultural sway despite Trump

Mexicans hail Oscars as sign of cultural sway despite Trump
Mexican director Guillermo del Toro's Oscars triumph and a win by animated film Coco were hailed by Mexicans on Monday as a sign of their nation's cultural sway in the United States despite growing tensions under US President Donald Trump. Del Toro's best director win for The Shape Of Water, ...

Mexican auto production and exports are surging as NAFTA talks drag on

Mexican auto production and exports are surging as NAFTA talks drag on
- While Trump and his negotiators press Mexico for changes in the North American Free Trade Agreement, auto plants south of the border are cranking out vehicles at a ... New data from the Mexican Automotive Industry Association shows exports to the U.S. in 2018 are up 9.5 percent.

Trump Trade War – Mexico vows to hit back

Trump Trade War – Mexico vows to hit back
- AFP reported that Mexico would retaliate against Trump's planned steel and aluminum tariffs by imposing tariffs of its own on the most politically sensitive US goods. Mexico's Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo said Mexico was prepared to fight back and hit the US president where it ...

Jared Kushner is going to meet face-to-face with Mexico's president, despite losing his security ...

Jared Kushner is going to meet face-to-face with Mexico's president, despite losing his security ...
- White House senior adviser Jared Kushner will take part in a meeting of US and Mexican officials in Mexico City on Wednesday. The talks will reportedly focus on security, immigration, and trade. Kushner, who has taken a leading role in President Donald Trump's foreign policy, recently had his security ...

How Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs could affect state economies

How Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs could affect state economies
- How Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs could affect state economies ... The Trump administration's trade policy took another abrupt turn last week with a spontaneous announcement to impose tariffs of 25 percent on ... Canada and Mexico supply together 32 percent of U.S aluminum and steel imports.

This Republican Candidate Insults Blacks And Mexican-Americans — and Wants Muslims In ...

This Republican Candidate Insults Blacks And Mexican-Americans — and Wants Muslims In ...
- A Republican candidate for Congress in Brooklyn has insulted women, African-Americans, Mexicans, and LGBT people in a torrent of offensive tweets — and said that his potential Muslim constituents in the diverse 9th Congressional District belong in “internment camps.” The candidate ...

Seven Seconds' Star Clare-Hope Ashitey Has Done Her Job If She Makes You Uncomfortable

Seven Seconds' Star Clare-Hope Ashitey Has Done Her Job If She Makes You Uncomfortable
- But before she could portray such nuance, Ashitey herself had to venture out of her comfort zone when it came to how she perceives her own racial identity. Playing K.J., an African-American woman in Jersey City working in a predominantly white and male space, she had to constantly consider her race, ...

African American: Racism still represented in some schools

African American: Racism still represented in some schools
- The United States of America was built on a system for white people to benefit from. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are rights that came to African Americans relatively recently. The 13th Amendment was ratified in 1865, abolishing slavery and involuntary servitude, “except as punishment for a ...

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