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  1. David Michael Conner | 11/11/2016 11:36 am ET "I can’t say whether he is one of the abusers who called me a faggot, who kicked me, flicked my ears, pinched and punched me in the locker room, and who ultimately caused me to read the suicide textbook “The Final Exit” and stockpile pills throughout my youth as an emergency escape hatch." -- huffingtonpost.com I Am Gay. I Will Not Be Tortured Again
  2. Pastor Writes To Dispel Embedded Misconceptions About Transgender People (Audio)
  3. https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=pjoJaJQWwkE&feature=vm
  4. BY Daniel Reynolds | August 20 2015 8:26 PM ET ""I'd rather have found out from a doctor that I had terminal cancer than I have a gay son,” she wrote." -- advocate.com Christian Man Recounts Year Pretending to Be Gay in Ted Talk
  5. Well good evening!! This blog will serve different purposes for me, the main one is that it helps calm me down when I write, and I am able to express myself better thru writing. The transition is happening later in my life, I am 46, almost 47. I have been married for 21 years and have a son who is 15. And let me preface the spouse and son ARE NOT supporters. I am 13 months into my journey, and it has been anything but smooth. I had just gotten a job as a big time corporate chef and working at a college, finding acceptance would be easy. Well to a point. I worked for a global fortune 100 company that had a pretty good HRC score, but alas we are located in Wyoming. Yep. A beautiful state, but still not to accepting. Now understand that I am not a trans female who wants to stand out, I want to blend in. I don't want to draw attention to myself. I don't wear dresses or skirts, I am a jeans and slacks kinda girl. Some have asked why not wear stuff other that boring jeans and slacks. The answer is simple. Dresses don't fit my personality. But to me it is the outward appearance that caused me to derail. I will explain. See to me, getting on the hormones and wearing make up and such was so important, and yet that was my biggest problem. The outward look. Not an issue of passing or not passing ( I hate those terms), it was i worried so much about the outward, I didn't deal with the inward struggles. I was so worried about looking the part, i made a mess of the transition. No let me correct that...a huge mess of things. I regret how a lot of things went down, but while i can't change what was, i can sure make sure to fix the mistakes of the past. Well thats where i will leave it for now. I will write more tomorrow evening. Thanks lovlies!!!
  6. Michelangelo Signorile | April 07 2015 4:00 AM ET "Such stories of people turned away from businesses seem to be reported at least every week, and those are only the ones we know about, the ones in which the individuals come forward or the stories are reported in the media. Each time I have reported them on my radio program, not only do calls come in from gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender listeners, or their friends and family, telling similar stories, but I also hear from straight, gay-supportive people who express shock that such discrimination is happening and cannot believe that it is often legal and that there are no federal protections against it." -- advocate.com Book Excerpt: The 'Inappropriate Behavior' Double Standard _______________________________________________ While shop owners and businesses should have the right to refuse service, that refusal should be based on anything but bigotry and religion-fueled bigotry. Note Signorile's comment, "some callers have been honest enough to say, alarmingly, that they believe even laws banning racial discrimination are unconstitutional and that they should be able to turn away anyone they want. Comments like these underscore the vital need for this legislation."* That he has callers who actually believe it's unconstitutional that they cannot discriminate when it comes to race, is unfortunately why we must label some groups as "protected classes," and all the more reason why sexual orientation and gender identity need to be added to that list of protected classes. It's easy to say, "I'll just take my business elsewhere," but if everyone who was treated badly or was refused service because of what they are, eventually there would be people once again being forced to live without things they need, and forced into a less than favourable existence. And as far as that goes, there are TGLB (and especially the T) people living less than favourable lives right now. Some of these laws that have been enacted, those that are being created, and the lack of protections, do not affect just us - such discriminatory laws can eventually unravel the previous advancements of various groups, and affect a large variety of people. Man has not evolved to the point where all people actually are equal and treated thusly without grudge - the proof is that there are still human beings who must be protected by law, and others for whom laws must remain in place. -Michael *I underlined the word "anyone" to emphasis that the denial of service by those who feel they should be able to do so, could extend, literally, to anyone. Where's the incentive for someone who feels they should have the right to discriminate against any group, to stop with just one group of people?
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    a TS Widow in Texas

    i happened to turn to ABC-TV tonite just in time to catch the news program 20/20's segment about a widow who's in a legal battle with her late husband's family. the widow is a transwoman who says he knew it from day one but loved her unconditionally. his family (and their lawyer) says he didn't have a clue and was devistated when he found out. Nikki Araguz will probably lose all contact with her late husband's children, she'll probably lose any benefits that would have gone to a wife because as far as TX is concerned... she is a male, which in the eyes of TX law...made her marriage a same-sex marriage - illegal in TX. and so her marriage is considered null and void, which means she's not a widow and therefore entitled to nothing. "This story just seems to represent such a tragedy for everyone involved. Unfortunately, this situation highlights many injustices faced by transgendered families in this country." -Masen Davis, executive director, Transgender Law Center, San Francisco the video is not online yet, but you can read the story and catch a vid clip or two... "Transgender Widow May Lose Her Deceased Husband's Benefits..."
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    Hate Crime Indictment In Kentucky

    Posted: 04/12/2012 3:21 pm "A U.S. federal grand jury has issued the first-ever indictment to charge a violation of the sexual orientation section of the federal hate crimes law." U.S. Issues First Anti-Gay Hate Crime Indictment In Kentucky Attack Case
  9. “Stephen Ira Beatty is gay. Alright. I mean…I’m a lesbian. Beatty is gay. It happens that way. Gender Identity and sexuality are, well, pretty much separate. Beatty, who is apparently a fairly femme gay man, has been having some interesting conversations about this issue over the last several years.” - Bridgette P. LaVictoire Beatty Has Boyfriend & Is Gay- Yep, It Happens "Pretty much separate" ~ Bridgette P. LaVictoire He-he ~ Beth
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    Gay Teen Commits Suicide

    Posted: 04/17/2012 11:27 am Updated: 04/17/2012 11:33 am "A gay Iowa teen has taken his own life after friends and family say that classmates sent him death threats on his cell phone and made him the subject of a Facebook hate group." Kenneth Weishuhn, Gay Iowa Teen, Commits Suicide After Allegedly Receiving Death Threats (with Video) Posted: 04/18/2012 1:17 pm "Sister Kayla Weishuhn said Kenneth was actually quite popular before he came out last month. "He had a lot of friends but once they found out he was gay a lot of them turned on him." Kayla, a sophomore, told ABC 9 KCAUTV, before noting that many of her classmates also bullied her brother..." Kenneth Weishuhn Suicide: Details In Gay Iowa Teen's Death After Allegedly Enduring Threats Emerge (w/Video)
  11. Posted: 04/17/2012 2:36 pm Updated: 04/17/2012 2:58 pm "River Flanary...claims he wants to run for queen in an effort to stand up "for those who maybe weren't bold enough to stand up before and maybe putting that courage in their hearts a little."" River Flanary, Arizona Teen, Wants To Win Prom Queen In Effort To Stand Up For LGBT Students (w/Video) When I first saw references to this story, I thought this was a student trying to be funny...mocking the recent efforts of LGBT students who just want the same as other students, or situations like Jenna Talackova and the pageants...breaking down barriers. I hope this kid truly does mean well. -M
  12. Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender advocacy group holds demonstration at OBU NewsOK.com Soulforce, a group that promotes equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, held a silent vigil at OBU on Wednesday to protest what the group calls discriminatory campus policies. Members of the group also met privately with university...
  13. A lovely article from West Virginia/Ohio “All right, class. Who can tell me the answer to this question? If Susie has two lesbian "mommies" and Sam has two transgender "daddies," how many adults who have contributed to California's glorious history are in the two groups?” - Mike Myer Really Get Back To Basics
  14. TV series tells gay teens 'It Gets Better' New York Daily News It focuses on two teens as they struggle with coming out, a declaration neither their parents nor friends will rush to embrace, and one transgendered post-teen who has already been through the toughest parts. “It Gets Better” is a prelude to “Savage U .. The series titled It Gets Better (set to air on MTV) acknowledges that life can be pretty tough for gay and transgender students. The premise is that it gets better after high school. That's probably true for a lot of us actually. School students can be pretty cruel no matter what your difference is. There's this compelling need to force everyone to fit the norm, because that's what they've learned at home. So the ostracism and taunting can be quite difficult for anyone who is perceived as different. It's a difficult, lonely time for those who can't repress their true identity. ~ Lori
  15. “Clapham Common is expected to welcome 250,000 people to an Olympic house in support of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community during the London 2012 Games.” - Louise Ridley Pride House to be "one of the biggest" Olympic houses
  16. “ALTONA, Man. — A group of parents are demanding two Grade 5 teachers remove cards displayed in their classrooms pledging support for gay and lesbian youth.” – Lori Penner Parents peeved over cards supporting gay youth I do wish I could forward those parents this link; ~ Beth
  17. Baltimore “Bridging the gap between LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) and civil rights organizations was the overarching motif as NAACP President and CEO Ben Jealous helped kick off the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force's Creating Change, the 24th National Conference on LGBT Equality, in Baltimore last night.” - Joshua R. Weaver LGBT and Civil Rights Groups Must Work Together
  18. “Fully 42 percent of gay workers say they have experienced employment discrimination, while 90 percent of transgender individuals report being harassed, mistreated, or discriminated against on the job. Yet studies confirm that workplace equity for gay and transgender employees is good for the bottom line of businesses large and small.” - Crosby Burns, Jeff Krehely Workplace Fairness for Gay and Transgender
  19. For you Gamers out there ~ Beth “a tidbit of smaller news that we feel is still important to highlight. Blizzard was successfully pressured to remove “homosexual” and “transsexual” from the list of words that the in-game profanity filter of World of Warcraft automatically blocks.” - Susana Polo “Homosexual,” “Transsexual” From List of Blocked Profanity in World of Warcraft
  20. Los Angeles “Study: Workplaces friendlier to gay employees The corporate world -- especially at law firms and big banks -- is a much better place for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees than it was a decade ago, according to a new report from the Human Rights Campaign, an LGBT advocacy group.” – star-telegram Workplaces grow friendlier to gay employees
  21. Pennsylvania “Dauphin County’s Susquehanna Town­­ship is considering an ordinance barring employment and housing discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity. If enacted, the suburban Harrisburg township would form a volunteer board to investigate any claims that arise.” - The HR Specialist: Pennsylvania Employment Law Harrisburg-area sexual orientation protection
  22. “GLAAD announced their nominees for the annual awards, which "recognize and honor media for their fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community” - HollyscoopTV GLAAD announced lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender nominees
  23. ““Queer” means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. To people like my grandmother, it means odd or strange, and she’ll often tell me that there’s a “Quare change in the weather”. To others it’s just seen as a pejorative term, which has been used to abuse them. To an ever-growing number of people, however, it’s the way they express their identity, and is the umbrella term which can be used to cover a whole host of different sexualities and gender expressions.” - Gaelick’s stalwart, tabula rasa, and newbie, Sinéad There’s something Queer around here
  24. Florida “As we look back on 2011, the past year was one of highs and lows full of progress and setbacks for the LGBT community here in Florida and nationally. As we head into 2012 LGBT equal rights organizations continue efforts to make our communities and our schools safer for young and old alike, while remaining focused on securing full equality for the LGBT community.” - Victoria Michaels Equality Battles Across Florida
  25. “LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - TV shows featuring transgender celebrity Chaz Bono, the movie "Beginners" and comedy "Modern Family" were among the nominees on Thursday for the 2012 GLAAD Media awards celebrating the portrayal of lesbian and gay people in popular culture.” – Reuters GLAAD Media nominees
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