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Tories blocked "gay pardon law" because they only want to pardon the dead

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

Hurricane Bianca Reminds Me LGBT Can be Discriminated Against in Texas (why this is important to both South West of Salem, and The Cover Up 2017 Documentary)

Last night I decided to watch the movie Hurricane Bianca, an movie featuring Bianca Del Rio from Rupaul’s Drag Race, Rupaul, Elyssa Edwards(don’t know if I’m spelling her name right), and some others. 294 more words

In New Hope, different questions for 8th District candidates

Candidates for the 8th Congressional District seat spoke on issues not often covered in their previous public forums on Tuesday night.

During a “Meet the Candidates” event held at the Dubliner on the Delaware in New Hope, Republican Brian Fitzpatrick and Democrat Steve Santarsiero were asked their positions on increased minimum wage, LGBT rights, environmental protection and the Black Lives Matter movement. 500 more words

Bucks County

The Inside of Out

My experience with the topic of gay marriage began when I was in college. During the summer of 2011, New York State passed the law making same-sex marriage legal in the state. 380 more words

Young Adult Fiction

"Muslim Queer Month" -- Coming to a University Near You!

Wake Up Call

I recently received the following message from a sister at a US university. Reading this blew my mind and made me realize how fast things are moving south. 499 more words


Road to Rebirth Day 288 - The Toilet Issue (Part 2)

Last week in the first part of this I tried to explain why non-gendered toilets can be important for the comfort and safety of not just transgender individuals but also people of other gender identities including non-binary gender identities. 1,349 more words

Road To Rebirth

Australian parliament rejects bill for same-sex marriage vote

CANBERRA, Australia — The Australian opposition on Tuesday decided to block government plans for a public but non-binding vote on recognizing gay marriage, arguing it would better if the issue was decided in Parliament. 474 more words