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Despite major changes in laws and norms surrounding the issue of same-sex marriage and the rights of LGBT people around the world, public opinion on the acceptance of homosexuality in society remains sharply divided by country, region and ...Read More

Does Everybody Have A Gay Gene? The answer can be found on the link to a short summary of scientific research on the site "science". In more detail the topic will open a short video on this ...Read More

An exceptional read. I think that social division is a key pillar of capitalism. Generating inequality is a means to an end of assigning value to human beings. Social subgroups provide grounds for exploitation, which can come in a variety ...Read More

Truly awful. The FBI and government agencies have a lot of self-education work ahead of them.

"In addition to male and female and several forms of “unknown,” users could pick “male impersonator” and “female impersonator.” ...Read More

“Is someone doing TurboTax with their clitoris?” Knight said in an interview with Rewire.News. “What is he talking about? But that’s where the discourse has been at—that is where the ‘medicine’ has been at for 20 years. It’s just coming out ...Read More

Douglas Crimp, in his own words in his own voice. RIP one of the great tellers of 20th & early 21st c. cultural change.

It’s super important that there are spaces out there for people to educate themselves and others and to feel supported during their journey.

“YouTube lets people get more detailed information and find out more about how to transition, and ...Read More

"There is a lack of queer visibility in science fields. For transgender people, this visibility is even lower. It’s hard to join or participate in a system when you don’t see yourself in it. For queer and trans scientists to enter — and ...Read More

“At the core of Siblings rests the idea that loving other people and choosing to live alongside them is an inherently creative act. That's true for everyone, but especially for queer people, whose survival often depends on the forging of ...Read More