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Let’s not forget!

Our hearts go out to the people in Orlando, to all those who lost their lives in this coward attack, to all those who have to mourn a beloved person and to those who experienced the destruction of a sanctuary for

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Posted in Human Rights, LGBT, North America, Uncategorized

Meet the heterophobic taxi driver

The cab app Hailo offered free trips to the polling stations on the 22nd May. Before the referendum they had this taxi driver make discriminatory remarks about heterosexuals to show how stupid discrimination is. Check out the video here, it’s

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Posted in Europe, LGBT

Arkansas to sign bill which allows LGBT discrimination

Arkansas is about to pass a law which will prevent cities and counties from passing anti-discrimination laws, thereby allowing businesses, employers and landlords to discriminate against LGBT people without having to face prosecution. According to Republican Bob Ballinger the bill

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Posted in LGBT, USA

Michigan doctor refuses treatment of a baby because her mothers are gay

In Michigan a doctor refused to treat little Bay because she has got two mothers. The doctor, Vesna Roi, apologised for turning the family away and explained that she believed she would not be able “to develop the personal patient-doctor

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Posted in LGBT, USA

Texas Teen Lured To Park By ‘Friend’ Then Viciously Beaten Because He’s Gay

http://www.thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/davidbadash/texas_teen_lured_to_park_by_friends_then_beaten_because_he_s_gay_video Terribly sad story. Even more so because the police doesn’t seem to be taking this seriously.

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Posted in LGBT, USA

Chad intends to make homosexuality illegal

Chad is following the homophobic lead of other African countries and intends to change its law to make homosexuality punishable. So far being LGBT was seen as immoral in the country but it was not illegal, in fact it was

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Posted in Africa, LGBT

Labels bring division

Labels bring division Very interesting article on why it is the labeling of things that cause discrimination and how much more peaceful our lives could be if we just stopped to label each other.

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Posted in Home, LGBT

Sexuality and Sports

So many athletes decided to come out to the public in the past weeks that I’m wondering if maybe the world of sports is finally changing. After Thomas Hitzelsperger’s coming out in January it’s now NFL star Michael Sam and

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Posted in Home, LGBT

No Longer Silent: “Queer Pakistan”

No Longer Silent: “Queer Pakistan” I’ve posted something on this before. But here is another article in which the founders of the website discuss what their aims are and what they hope they can achieve for the LGBT community in

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Posted in LGBT

Magnets Apparently Prove Homosexuality is Wrong

Magnets Apparently Prove Homosexuality is Wrong Given the law against LGBT people in Nigeria this is actually a horrible story as this person tries to back discrimination and abuse with “scientific” findings. It is also fascinating how people pick and

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Posted in Africa, LGBT