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martes, 20 de marzo de 2018

Ryan Atkin has had 'no issues' since coming out

Ryan Atkin has had 'no issues' since coming out
- I think that is one of the key elements as to why myself, coming out as LGBT and trying to promote the LGBT community within football, has been fantastic ... Atkin, however, feels more can still be done to raise awareness across football of anti-LGBT language and behaviour that makes gay, bi and trans ...

Here's what you need to know about Cynthia Nixon.

Here's what you need to know about Cynthia Nixon.
- She has been honored for for LGBT visibility by GLAAD and the Human Rights Campaign. (Though she did come under fire at one point for referring to her sexuality as a “choice.”) Both Nixon and her kids attended or attend New York City public schools. She is a spokesperson for the Alliance for Quality ...

We Can Stop Trump's 'Religious Refusals' in the Health Care Industry

We Can Stop Trump's 'Religious Refusals' in the Health Care Industry
- In the Trump administration, OCR is poised to upset that careful balance in ways that could significantly endanger patient health and well-being, including for LGBT individuals. OCR has created a new division devoted exclusively to defending the rights of religious providers to deny health care and has ...

Mike Pence Greeted With Rainbow Flags In Georgia

Mike Pence Greeted With Rainbow Flags In Georgia
- He made national headlines in 2015 when he signed a bill into law that opponents said would allow business owners to refuse to serve members of the LGBT community based on their religious beliefs. Then-Governor Pence at first defended his decision to sign the bill, but a growing backlash pushed ...

Will Cynthia Nixon Fix the Subway?

Will Cynthia Nixon Fix the Subway?
- For months, Cynthia Nixon has been teasing the possibility of challenging New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in the primary this year. For months, New Yorkers have also been facing mounting delays on the subway as aging infrastructure makes riding the train an absolute nightmare. But perhaps ...

Catholic college won't defend student threatened with gay rape for defending marriage

Catholic college won't defend student threatened with gay rape for defending marriage
- Another priest urged Smalanskas to march with the pro-LGBT student group against “homophobia” but then rescinded that advice. “When things start to get big or the heat starts to turn up,” the Dominicans at Providence College “just don't wanna end up on 'the wrong side of history,'” said Smalanskas.

Christopher Wylie: the gay vegan who 'made Steve Bannon's psychological warfare tool'

Christopher Wylie: the gay vegan who 'made Steve Bannon's psychological warfare tool'
- The news runs contrary to other reports about Bannon, who is said to have secretly corresponded with representatives of an anti-LGBT hate group. ... Bannon has secret links with figures inside the Family Research Council – which is listed by the Southern Poverty Law Center as an anti-LGBT hate group ...

Love, Simon' is a great start for LGBT movies

Love, Simon' is a great start for LGBT movies
- Love, Simon” actively works to drag us through this coming of age story about a gay student and explores your everyday romance but it finally takes us through an LGBT relationship in your average rom-com style. Nick Robinson helped lead a diverse cast through your average romance movie; the only ...

Black And Latino Children Are Often Overlooked When It Comes To Autism

Black And Latino Children Are Often Overlooked When It Comes To Autism
- ASD is a disease that affects people of all races and ethnicities, but research shows that African-American and Latino children with autism are diagnosed at older ages than white children, giving them less of an opportunity for proper intervention and treatment. This is especially true of minimally verbal ...

Hispanic Student Association celebrates over 30 years of influence

Hispanic Student Association celebrates over 30 years of influence
- Baylor's Hispanic Student Association is hosting a university-wide week of events to reach out to new people and to celebrate over 30 years of community excellence on campus. Events are taking place every day this week in various places across campus. Gabriela Fierro, Houston sophomore and ...

Marielle Franco had to resist – no wonder she didn't survive

Marielle Franco had to resist – no wonder she didn't survive
- So said Marielle Franco, the Rio de Janeiro city councillor shot dead in a targeted assassination last week, just 18 months after she was elected. Franco was 38 years old. She was a black, gay, single mother from the Maré favela who stood up for poor people, LGBT people, black people and women.

Can Netflix's 'Queer Eye' reboot save America? Probably not, but it's great TV

Can Netflix's 'Queer Eye' reboot save America? Probably not, but it's great TV
- In the same episode, the relationship between black people and police is used for a cruel joke, and it all feels artificial. What doesn't feel artificial? The reveal at the end of the episode that the Fab Five had turned Cory's father's old T-shirts into a quilt. The emotional crux of the episode, and the thing the ...

Venezuela Is Collapsing, Will Upcoming Election Help?: QuickTake

Venezuela Is Collapsing, Will Upcoming Election Help?: QuickTake
- Venezuela has more oil than Saudi Arabia and more poverty than Brazil. Its previous leader, the late Hugo Chavez, sought to use the country's reserves to light a leftist path to prosperity for Latin America's poor. Under his protege and successor, Nicolas Maduro, Venezuela hasn't always been able to ...

“Trade wars are not games that can be won”

“Trade wars are not games that can be won”
Latin America, most particularly in Argentina. On a trip to Buenos Aires for a meeting of G20 finance ministers, Lagarde sat down with EL PAÍS to explain how the IMF is changing, and to discuss growing concerns about poverty, inequality and a potential trade war between the US and the EU. Question.

Even Affluent Black Boys Aren't Safe From the Poverty Trap

Even Affluent Black Boys Aren't Safe From the Poverty Trap
- You may have already known that it's much harder for poor Black children to rise economically than it is for poor white children. But a new report by the Equality of Opportunity Project (EOP) reveals even more jarring data about the barriers to wealth placed in front of African Americans. Wealthy Black ...

Many believe Austin, Texas' troubled racial history is behind deadly bombings

Many believe Austin, Texas' troubled racial history is behind deadly bombings
- Three deadly bombings within 10 days in the Texas capital of Austin, victimizing three African-Americans and one Hispanic has, shockingly and revealingly, peeled back the layers of a deep-rooted history of racial strife in a city considered — at least on the surface — among the most liberal and ...

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