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Wednesday, 13 April 2011 21:27

Schools Censure LGBT Websites

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American schools are used to censure the web and in particular LGBT sites of support. ACLU has decided to stop this with the campaign "Don't Filter Me".

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Last year, a mother had filed a lawsuit against Kilgore Independent School District, Texas after 2 coaches of softball outed her daughter.

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A student of Brigham Young University wrote a letter called Crimes against nature in the newspaper of the campus in which he compared a gay parent to a prostitute or to a serial killer. Attention, bigotry in sight!

Tuesday, 29 March 2011 21:40

She Will Go To The Prom Wearing A Tux

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Finally Monique Verdin, a young high-school girl, will be able to go to the prom wearing a tuxedo which had first been refused to her.

Thursday, 03 March 2011 00:49

Illinois Accepts Be-Happy-Not-Gay T-Shirt

The Court of Illinois decided that Heidi Zamecnik could wear her t-shirt with the printed slogan: “Be happy, Not gay”.

 

Sunday, 04 December 2011 22:30

Week' N News: Bigotry Won't Win

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Another US presidential candidate supports gay marriage when another one still shows her bigotry.

In Australia, the Labor party took its pick.

Published in Worldwide

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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.

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