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Wordless Wednesday- 6/20/18

Baker, Gilbert. Rainbow Flag. 1978. Silk. Museum of Modern Art, New York. 

Art

World Cup, School, Work, Keep It

It’s just a mish-mash of things to cover. I’ll start off with the FIFA World Cup. I’ve been addicted to soccer since the 2010 World Cup. 1,331 more words

Charlie

Search for Romeo

I am 23 years old when I left my home, my country for the first time in my life. I have been crying the whole day in my university dorm with flashes of my family images running through my mind. 862 more words

Another One Slinks Out ...

Jeff Amyx is a symbol of what is wrong with this country – with the world.  Jeff Amyx is one of the creatures that I often refer to as having slithered out from under a rock with the advent of Trump and the so-called populist movement.  723 more words

Political Commentary

Homophobia: A series of personal experiences

Some of you may have already read that 8 Rays Leitrim will be proudly hosting ShoutOut on their ‘The ABCs of LGBT’ 2,277 more words
8 Rays Leitrim

In the news: Reflections on Guyana’s first Pride Parade

Here’s an excerpt from a beautiful piece of writing in Stabroek News this week:

When it came time to hit streets of Georgetown for the Square of the Revolution, it was clear that the hundreds of marchers were ready for more than chants for equality and justice – they were ready to have fun. 491 more words

Guyana

Queer heroes and icons for Pride month: Marsha P. Johnson

For Pride Month, I’ve been celebrating and honouring queer heroes who’ve made an impact. Marsha P. Johnson is the whole reason we have Pride. Any advancement in queer rights is because of the pioneering work of Marsha, credited with being one of the major figures in Stone Wall, and the person to whom queer people everywhere owe a huge debt of gratitude. 175 more words

Commentary