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I was contacted by Amy asking a support for her family. They are victims of a man who tries by all the means of making them lose the guard of their daughter.

Monday, 13 June 2011 15:55

The True Identity Of Amina Arraf!

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That is there, now we know the true identity of Amina Arraf, the "lesbian syrian" blogger. Behind the name of Amina Arraf hid actually Tom MacMaster!

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After having said homophobe insults to a lesbian couple and after having broken a window of their car, a 22-year-old man kissed the ground before to be arrested by the police.

Monday, 05 December 2011 17:26

Bachmann On Iowa Gay Marriage Ban

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Michele Bachmann, always in Iowa, assure us for the thousandths time that gay marriage is not possible for her and congratulates the judges who banned the law allowing gays and lesbians to marry in 2009.

Thursday, 03 November 2011 04:08

Exploring Gender: The Interview

job interviewI had a job interview today, the first one in about a year. And though I now go by Cael on a day to day basis, I have still not changed my name legally, so I still must legally apply as Mary. In the course of past interviews, it has always been difficult to try to figure out how to dress as my life has progressed. At first, it was easy—though uncomfortable—to put on some tight pin stripe pants and a spaghetti-string tank top under an equally tight button up shirt. Then as I grew more comfortable with myself, I would trade the tight pants for some men’s slacks instead. Little by little, my style changed to reflect my male identity, and I no longer own any women’s clothes.

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