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martes, 28 de agosto de 2018

Watch the trailers for Out on Film's hottest 2018 tickets

Watch the trailers for Out on Film's hottest 2018 tickets
- “This is an amazing year for LGBT cinema,” Out On Film festival director Jim ... Your browser does not currently recognize any of the video formats ...

What to do when parents bully LGBT kids

What to do when parents bully LGBT kids
- As parents of non-LGBT kids, we also can teach our kids to be brave by setting an example and by talking about the issue in plain terms. Like any ...

John McCain leaves complicated legacy on LGBT rights

John McCain leaves complicated legacy on LGBT rights
- Throughout his decades in Congress, the Arizona Republican took widely different stances on LGBT issues — at times mocking them as unimportant, ...

Tokyo hotel offers special deal for LGBT guests

Tokyo hotel offers special deal for LGBT guests
- JAPAN, although built on values more formal and conservative than any Western nation, is one of Asia's most liberal nations when it comes to LGBT ...

Rich LGBT Chinese are making a beeline for Thai properties

Rich LGBT Chinese are making a beeline for Thai properties
- According to Bangkok Post, the LGBT Chinese look to Bangkok and Phuket to buy condominiums to live in as they feel more welcome in these cities.

Gujarat: 'Gay prince' designs South Asia's first LGBTQ academic module

Gujarat: 'Gay prince' designs South Asia's first LGBTQ academic module
- about the community, that are backed by evidence and reasoning to the students to make them understand various aspects of the LGBT community.”.

LGBT groups criticise minister for women Victoria Atkins MP after gender reassignment comments

LGBT groups criticise minister for women Victoria Atkins MP after gender reassignment comments
- The minister for women has been criticised by transgender campaigners for comments she made about young people and gender reassignment.

Facebook 'shamed' LGBT users with 'gay cure' ads

Facebook 'shamed' LGBT users with 'gay cure' ads
- The company told the Telegraph that a "micro-targeting" algorithm blunder caused the since removed ads to appear on young LGBT users' feeds.

How the Venezuelan migration crisis affects South America

How the Venezuelan migration crisis affects South America
Ecuador is organizing a meeting of 13 Latin American countries next month while the UN is to set up a special team to ensure a coordinated regional ...

China Urges US to Not Interfere in El Salvador's Foreign Policy

China Urges US to Not Interfere in El Salvador's Foreign Policy
- complies with international law and serves the fundamental interests of the two countries,” Lu said, adding that China considers Latin America an ...

More than 200 murder suspects arrested in one day in Brazil

More than 200 murder suspects arrested in one day in Brazil
- There are now on average more than seven homicides an hour in Latin America's biggest country, up 2.9 percent on 2016 figures. There was a six ...

Venezuela migration nears 'Mediterranean crisis point'

Venezuela migration nears 'Mediterranean crisis point'
- More than two million Venezuelans have fled their country since 2014. They are fleeing a dire economic situation, with Venezuelans facing shortages ...

Oil-rich Venezuela takes desperate measures to bolster economy

Oil-rich Venezuela takes desperate measures to bolster economy
- According to Carlos Cardenas, head of Latin America, Country Risk, IHS Markit, the current crisis is a culmination of a number of factors years in the ...

George Walker, first African American composer to win Pulitzer Prize, dies at 96

George Walker, first African American composer to win Pulitzer Prize, dies at 96
- He said he faced racial discrimination — “a pressure-resistant stone wall” ... In 1996, he became the first African American to win the Pulitzer Prize in ...

Bloomington Pridefest brings the rainbow after morning rain

Bloomington Pridefest brings the rainbow after morning rain
Black people are not a monolith,” Bee said. “We are varying types and shapes and sizes and that includes being queer and being out and positive.”.

Mexico has foundations to close inequality gaps: president

Mexico has foundations to close inequality gaps: president
- According to the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), inequality is rising in Mexico with a study recently showing that ...

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