Entertainment & Media

Tuesday, 14 June 2011 21:21

Editor Of Lez Get Real Is A Straight Man

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We recently discovered the author of the blog "A Gay Girl In Damascus" 'Amina Arraf' was actually Tom MacMaster.

Today, we are discovering the editor and the creator of LezGetReal.com, a lesbian online magazine, used a fake identity.

'Paula Brooke' is actually a straight man.

 

Behind the name of 'Paula Brooke' hid actually Bill Graber, 58, a retired Ohio military man and construction worker.

Thursday, 09 June 2011 22:36

ACLU Asked Gwinnett To Stop To Use Anti-Gay Filters

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Gwinnett, Georgia is blocking the access to gay websites in schools using internet filters.

Wednesday, 08 June 2011 13:19

Exploring Gender: The Definition of Gender in the Media

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When I begin thinking about what I want to write about for the week, I generally start by searching gender in the news databases to see if there are any recent articles about hate crimes, new laws and protections, or just the publishing of someone else’s story. A clear definition of gender, though, has not been reached by the news media. There are often two types of stories: those discussing gender as it is defined in the bounds of these articles, and then those discussing gender in regards to the social differences between men and women. How different are these definitions of gender?

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In California, the company which provides web filters and in particular anti-gay websites filters in schools decided to drop them.

Thursday, 24 March 2011 02:26

Apple Removed "Gay Treatment" Application

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ExGayIphone

A first step towards the victory ladies!!! Apple apparently removed the iphone application of the anti-gay group Exodus International which preached “gay treatment” after a petition signed by almost 150.000 people.

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