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Tuesday, 15 March 2011 00:26

A Lesbian Will Run San Diego Mayor's Seat

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San Diego County district attorney, Bonnie Dumanis, announced that she will be candidate at the post of mayor of San Diego next year.

Wednesday, 20 July 2011 16:36

GOProud Wants To Meet Bachmann

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The last week, Lezbelib gave the award of stupidity to Michele Bachmann, a congresswoman in Minnesota, and she amply deserves it. GOProud decided to meet this anti-gay candidate to the next presidential elections.

Exodus International

The president of the anti-gay organization, Exodus International, organized a meeting whose subject was how to keep Exodus International from social and financial oblivion?

Wednesday, 06 April 2011 22:14

Exploring Gender: "What's in a name?"

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As I continue to think about myself and my gender, there are certain questions which sprawl through my mind. I often find myself quoting in my head Romeo and Juliet: “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose / by any other name would smell as sweet” (Shakespeare II. ii. 47-48). These lines are important to remember, meaning that no matter what the name, the make up of the individual remains the same. Names are assigned, only a signifier of the person you are. So why am I discussing names?

Published in Gender

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I am about to graduate from a women’s college in Virginia. I have always loved it here: the people, the community. Generally, I feel safe. I feel secure. I know I can walk around campus holding hands with my girlfriend and no one will care. But trans issues at a women’s college are complicated. Again, I know I am safe, but there are constraints to that safety.

According to transgenderlaw.org, almost 400 colleges and universities have protections for genderqueer students. Some states are more progressive than others. It’s always a good idea to look up the policy at any college or university you are considering.

Published in Gender

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Hello my lovelies, how have you been?

My apologies for the delay with this week’s column… technical difficulties with cyberspace…you know how it goes.

Thank goodness for the weekend, this week has been a doozy and from some of the letters I’ve been getting I can put my money on the fact that I am not the only one who has had a trying week. So with that being said, let’s jump right in.

And as usual remember if you have a question you would like me to answer feel free to drop me a line at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.';document.getElementById('cloakcec6a53cb06fe043c8df01d10f8c5b6e').innerHTML += ''+addy_textcec6a53cb06fe043c8df01d10f8c5b6e+'';.

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