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Starbucks and Bias: a Common Tale of Two Black Men in a Store

So, Starbucks is on fire this week because last week, two black men, Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson, were arrested for being black – pardon, suspicion of trespassing – in a Philadelphia store. 1,234 more words


God Loves and Accepts the LGBT: Part 5

You’re a foreigner to the Bible.

Too often people go to the Bible unaware that time, distance, and culture—much more so than language—are the primary translational barriers between themselves and its writers.   6,096 more words


Review: Power Play by Avon Gale

Genre: Adult, Contemporary Romance, M/M, LGBT
Pages: 200 (slightly bigger pages)
Series: Scoring Chances #3 (Also works as a standalone)
Release Date: May 9, 2016… 479 more words


Book Review: Cheerleaders from Planet X

Cheerleaders from Planet X is a young adult, LGBT romance, sci fi novel.  It’s an interesting premise, I heard a lot of praise for it on Twitter, hence why I bought the book.  342 more words

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"Love, Simon" is the Love Story the LGBTQ+ Community Deserves

Based on Becky Albertalli’s Simon Vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda and released on February 27th, 2018, Love Simon follows a gay high school senior who falls for his online penpal. 409 more words

What Makes an Inclusive Employer?

‘Inclusive employer’ is buzzword phrase, it’s everywhere: in the news, online, shortlists, longlists and awards.  All this, but what does it actually mean?  It seems awfully simple to be considered an ‘inclusive employer’ at the moment, with many organisations earning this title by simply putting up posters around their establishment or workplace and occasionally delivering fifteen minute training sessions to employees on being ‘equal and diverse’.  539 more words


Oh, You're Still Here . . .

I’m finding it harder and harder to find time and energy to blog, as I’m putting more of the little bit I have to work with into the community. 240 more words