Award-winning writer/filmmaker Caryn K. Hayes is joining a host of other indie directors taking a stab at online distribution.
On August 22, Hayes will be releasing her acclaimed narrative short entitled “Clean Hands” as a digital download & streaming rental making the film directly available to her fans and lesbian cinephiles alike at https://www.reelhouse.org/hardlyworkingtv/clean-hands as well as on her official website: hardlyworkingent.com.
In Del City, Oklahoma, two high school students were expelled from their school because they are lesbian.
Rachel Aviles, one of the most popular student of The Master's School, a Christian school in West Simsbury, taking part in the activities and being up to receive awards at the end of the year, in short, the kind of student that all schools dream about, have been suddenly invited to leave the school. You will have guessed it, Rachel Aviles is lesbian.
In Anoka-Hennepin School District, conservative Christian parents ask teachers to teach about the "ex-homosexual" movement and "gay-related immune deficiency". They would like the policy prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity is not applied thinking it would open the schools to pro-homosexual teaching, so they want discriminations towards LGBTs continue.
A new law to protect youth against bullying based on their sexual orientation and their gender identity was passed by West Virginia Board of Education.
It was a beautiful day and Michele Bachmann planned a public speech at Carroll’s Pumpkin Farm in Grinnell, Iowa, but, all of a sudden, she has learned that gay and women rights university students decided to attend the event... What to do?... Frightened, Bachmann decided to cancel her speech.