Tag "Prejudice"

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The Day My Class Of Law Students Talked About Homosexuality In Our Human Rights Class

So just a few days ago in class, we were discussing the topic of the Ombudsman, and we were made to understand that it is called the “Public Complaints Commission”

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Unlearning Homophobic and Transphobic Behavior and the Fear of Labels

People are afraid of labels, even when the labels fit them perfectly. What happens when you call a racist person racist? They’ll probably start crying, after calling you the n-word.

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Lessons Learned From ‘She Called Me Woman’ (Entry 10)

[Click here for LESSON 9] LESSON 10 From the chapter, ‘What Is Happiness’, ZH says: “I believe in living like this: if someone is not hurting you, you do not

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DEAR STRAIGHT PEOPLE

Dear Straight People I really do not understand some of you people. You really don’t have to be an LGBT ally, I swear. You don’t. Please if you aren’t, do

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Hate Begets A Man

There were two things he hated most passionately – abortion and homosexuality. And because he was born so awesomely brilliant and had such extreme work ethics, he chased the profession

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LETTER TO MY HOMOPHOBIC EX-FRIEND

Dear Former Friend I had actually blocked you here on Facebook but I had to unblock you just to tell you something. I have often wondered why judgmental homophobic people

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Nigerian woman gives her “expert” opinion on Homosexuality

As usual, Nigerians trot their prejudice about under the guise of “intelligence” and “psychological wokeness”.

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If It’s Broke, Let God Fix It

Him: Hey, good morning! Me: Good morning buddy. Him: I know this might sound strange, but I really need to talk to you right now. Me: I’m listening. Go on.

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“But Who Have I Hurt If I Were Gay?” Chude Jideonwo’s Must Read Equality Speech

A speech by Chude Jideonwo One of the tragedies of human progress is this constant tug between two stubborn binaries: progressive and conservative. People often camp in front of their

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Greenleaf And Why The Church Has Lost Its Authority To Judge

The following write-up is filled with spoilers. He lifted up himself, and said unto them, “He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her.”