Recent social developments in the UK would make it very easy to think that, at least for male homosexuals, prejudice is so minimal that they scarcely even count as a minority group any more, nor require focus or assistance in carrying out their daily lives. 488 more words
Hey rainbow spotters!
The movie G.B.F. (2013, United States) is filled with stereotypical representation of both LGBT and straight people. The characters portrayal was funny in most instances and the storyline was predictable, which I find not surprising as it is a classic high school comedy. 255 more words
On 23rd January 1952, Alan Turing, a man who’s now hailed as a war hero and the godfather of modern computing, had his house burgled. The Police investigation resulted in his arrest for his relationship with another man. 997 more words
This post is now the sixth in a series examining the anti-discrimination laws that exist in each Australian jurisdiction and analysing how well, or how poorly, they protect lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people from discrimination. 2,274 more words