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“HOW I RESIST” Is Now An Anthology You Can Download

“Since 2014, the conversation around queer people has refused to die down. In an era of peak television from Hollywood, where one can—in every show—expect to find at least one

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Twitter is helping the resistance against unsolicited D pics

The days of sending and receiving unsolicited dick pics on Twitter may soon be coming to an end. A new filter has just been launched to prevent unwanted nudes from

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It was three years ago when I had my first gay sex and this is how it happened. I am a civil servant in one of the eastern states of

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The LGBT community is not a danger. It’s not a threat. They’re not saints and they’re not sinners. They’re a bunch of people no different from you, from everywhere and

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Imagine you are a married, heterosexual person, and imagine your life up to this point altered in only one way, that instead of being partnered with someone of the opposite

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At the core of many of the problems that plague humanity is the lack of empathy. The moment you are able to empathize with somebody, the moment you are able

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We are supposed to “let your light so shine before men” through our lives and work (Matt. 5:16). Light does not make noise. But what do we find today? We

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What I know for sure is that speaking your truth is the most powerful tool we all have. – Oprah Winfrey   #HowIResist I resist by speaking up against any

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It has to be said that there is something fundamentally wrong with a system that takes pride in subjugating and violating the rights of its minorities. First, it was the

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The test of how we make a law should not be disgust or distaste; it should be its verifiable negative impact on society, not whether or not we like lizard