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  • lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer(and sometimes questioning)


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  • The Real World Brooklyn's Education in LGBTQ Issues - Feministing

    The Real World Brooklyn's Education in LGBTQ Issues - Feministing

  • Aside from the obvious disagreement about the ordination of called LGBTQ folks, the questions raised about structure, vision,relationally, etc. are not much different from the ones that I have posed myself from time to time.

    Bruce Reyes-Chow: My Thoughts On The Fellowship And The Evangelical Covenant Order Of Presbyterians

  • Unfortunately, not everyone is respected and loved by the Catholic Church, namely LGBTQ folks.

    Can Feminists Find a Place in the Catholic Church? « Gender Across Borders

  • For example, today forty-two percent of the country's homeless youth identifies as LGBTQ, and, tragically, approximately ninety percent within this group comprise of African American and Latino trans youth from urban enclaves like New York City, Boston and Los Angeles.

    Irene Monroe: Remembering Trans Heroine Rita Hester

  • More than 42 percent of the country's homeless youth identify as LGBTQ, and approximately 90 percent of that group are African-American and Latino youth from urban enclaves like New York City, Boston and Los Angeles.

    Irene Monroe: Out of my Black Church, Into the Streets

  • Consequently, many people in these communities who identify as LGBTQ or Two-Spirited are often alienated and oppressed by their families and fellow community members.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • We have all seen the disproportionate numbers of homeless youth who identify as LGBTQ.

    The Full Feed from

  • By completely ignoring the fact that many students on campus do identify as LGBTQ, the article, along with the responses, are continuing to sustain a society where heterosexism is acceptable and minority populations are completely ignored. - Serving the University community since 1893

  • Some status quo members of the gay community-perhaps those who really have conservative political views with the single exception being the Republican Party's stance on gay rights-have been fighting against the notion of LGBTQ organizations building coalitions with progressive members of the local activism community (and I'm not just talking about the NAACP).


  • In so doing we ask the local NAACP, as leaders of the African American community, to take a meaningful look at the issue of homophobia and the detrimental effects it has on members of their own community who identify as LGBTQ and respectfully challenge both the African American and LGBTQ / Allied communities in Cincinnati to find a way to engage in a meaningful dialogue around the issues that hinder our own mutual acceptance.



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