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Turkey flip-flops with LGBTQI population

Turkey is a country conflicted when it comes to its LGBTQ population. On one hand, Turkey is the first country in the Muslim world to hold a LGBTQI pride march. ...

Using Girls to Get Your Attention on Misogyny

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A Tribute to An Ally to Black LGBTQ Communities

Thomas Menino was inarguably one of the best mayors the city of Boston ever had. ...

Full Moon in Taurus: You Can’t Cheat Love

Since ancient times the symbol of the bull has been a prominent fixture in many traditions, cultures and religions. The bull evokes powerful associations with creativity and productivity. ...

Feminism, What is it Good For?

Prolific writer Roxane Gay, who in 2014 released the novel "An Untamed State" (Grove) and New York Times bestselling essay collection "Bad Feminist" (Harper Per.) is frustrated by not bein ...

Echoes of the AIDS Hysteria as We Battle Ebola

Exactly a decade ago this month I received an email flagged as urgent from Monrovia, Liberia. It was from Lee Johnson, then coordinator of  "Liberian Youths Against HIV/AIDS.” ...

Scorpio Solar Eclipse: Regenerative Journeys

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Remembering the Life, Love and Legacy of Audre Lorde

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Is being "Black-ish" also being homophobic-ish

The second episode of ABC's promising new comedy "Black-ish" left its LGBTQ viewership "black and blue." ...

Malala's Dad Ziauddin Yousafzai

Pakistani educator Ziauddin Yousafzai, father of the education activist Malala Yousafzai, gives a gripping TED talk about the ills of Patriarchal societies. ...

Mercury Retrograde: Shadows Searching for Light

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'A Sinner in Mecca' documents gay Muslim pilgrimage
Yahoo News
September 1, 2015

A new film made by a gay Muslim pilgrim offers a English-speaking Western audience a warts-and-all view of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca in a documentary that has attracted death threats and an online hate campaign.

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Why Are We Gay?
Advocate.com
September 1, 2015

Centuries of studies have tried to examine the value of homosexuality to human beings as a species.

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Oliver Sacks, Famed Gay Neurologist and Author, Dies at 82
Advocate.com
September 1, 2015

Sacks wrote about his patients in books such as Awakenings and his life, including his sexuality, in the memoir On the Move.

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Dear Abby: Friend fears lesbian’s taking vows for wrong reason
SFGate
September 1, 2015

Dear Abby: I was best friends with “Joanne” after we met in middle school. She comes from a conservative Christian family and has three successful siblings. This has made her quirky, media-driven pursuits and city life a disappointment to her family.

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Will Clerk Issue Gay Marriage Licenses After Court Ruling?
ABC News
September 1, 2015

The Supreme Court ruled against the county clerk who refused to issue gay marriage licenses, leaving her with perhaps her toughest decision yet: Hand out licenses or risk potential fines or even possible jail time.

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Listen: Miley's Song About Lesbian Sex, 'Bang Me Box'
Out Magazine
September 1, 2015

In an interview with Miley Cyrus in the New York Times, the singer talked about her identity and her surprise new album, Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz.

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Pope Francis Blesses a Lesbian, Her Family, and Her Writing For Kids
The Daily Beast
September 1, 2015

Once again Pope Francis makes a human gesture that challenges the Church orthodoxy. Will official teachings change?

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This Girls’ Summer Camp Could Help Change the World of AI
wired.com
August 31, 2015

SAILORS, the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory’s Outreach Summer program, is the country's first AI summer camp for girls.

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Are Attractive Women Really More Likely to be Straight?
jezebel.com
August 31, 2015

Chris Rock once joked that men are only as faithful as their options, and new research suggests that women may only be as heterosexual as their options—with more attractive women more likely to identify as 100 percent hetero, and less attractive women more open to other sexual identities.

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Johnny Depp's daughter Lily-Rose makes brave revelation about her sexual orientation after cosying up to Miley's girlfriend
Mirror Online
August 27, 2015

The model identifies herself as being on the LGBTQA spectrum but has not clarified whether she is gay or bisexual

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Hasidic Mother: Sneaking Out to See My Lesbian Lover
Huffington Post
August 27, 2015

I won't let myself imagine the betrayal that will linger in my children's eyes for years. Soon, I will tell myself that I do this as a matter of survival, pikuach nefesh, that like Levi scrubbing his hands even on the Sabbath when he had cancer, the Law stipulates that survival supersedes the Law.

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The Forgotten Lesbian Film Classic That Deserves a Second Look
Advocate.com
August 27, 2015

The Killing of Sister George is a rare and unflinching glimpse into real-life late-1960s lesbianism, and it deserves reputation rehabilitation.

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Oregon All-Girls Catholic School Fires Lesbian Counselor; Students, Alumni Protest
The Mary Sue
August 27, 2015

It’s no secret that the Catholic Church is against same-sex marriage. However, the Church does make a distinction between being homosexual and homosexual acts. Now, this distinction is crazy (so…homosexuals are cool…as long as they stay celibate and miserable forever?),

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Venice Mayor Says Gay-Pride Parades Are Too Kitschy
Time
August 27, 2015

Venice’s newly elected mayor, Luigi Brugnaro, wants to ban gay-pride parades in the Italian city because he thinks they are the “height of kitsch.”

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Raid of Rentboy, an Escort Website, Angers Gay Activists
The New York Times
August 27, 2015

For some gay activists, it had shades of bathhouse raids and gay-bar roundups from decades ago. On Tuesday, federal authorities burst into the Union Square office of the gay-escort website Rentboy.com and arrested the chief executive and several employees on prostitution charges.

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Gay Refugees Addresses U.N. Security Council in Historic Meeting on LGBT Rights
Newsweek
August 27, 2015

Two gay refugees from Syria and Iraq testified Monday about the constant fear of violence and death they experienced living under authoritarian governments, militant groups and the Islamic State (ISIS) in the first-ever meeting on LGBT rights at the United Nations Security Council.

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This Is Bigger Than Me and Bigger Than Hip-Hop: Dee Barnes Responds to Dr. Dre’s Public Apology
gawker
August 25, 2015

On Friday, three days after Gawker ran Dee Barnes’s essay “Here’s What’s Missing From Straight Outta Compton: Me and the Other Women Dr. Dre Beat Up,” the New York Times ran a piece that included an official apology from Dr. Dre. Barnes’s response to Dre’s apology ...

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Actress Rowan Blanchard shares her views on feminism and intersectionality
feministing
August 25, 2015

When asked about her views on how white feminism can be exclusive of women of color and queer and trans people, she responded beautifully. Check out her Instagram posts below.

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Feeling the Bern With the Youth Vote
The New Yorker
August 25, 2015

Nathan Heller on Bernie Sanders: the oddest thing about his candidacy is not his aversion to fundraising but his popularity with kids.

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