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Barack Obama Says People Confident in Their Sexuality 'Don’t Need 8 Women Around You Twerking' 

 

On Tuesday, ex-president Barack Obama and Stephen Curry combined their powers for a town hall event that urged youngsters from minority backgrounds to develop confidence without feeling compelled to build self-worth based on chasing women and money.

The event unfolded in Oakland, and it also marked the fifth anniversary of Obama's My Brother’s Keeper Alliance. Both Curry and the former president talked about challenges they faced in their formative years, while also speaking about broader ranging topics, such as hip-hop, policing in minority communities, discipline in schools, male role models, and manhood.

Obama addressed societal pressures that young people face to act a certain way because of hip hop's frequent portrayal of what it means to be successful. The President's remarks on that subject were described as one of the event's "more humorous moments," as he blended making his point with some shade.

"We live in a culture where our worth is measured by how much money we have and how famous we are," Obama said to the capacity crowd made up of youth flown to the Bay from throughout the country. "I will tell you, at the end of the day, the thing that will give you confidence is not that. I know a lot of rich people that are all messed up."

Complex

Tags: Community, Daddy Squish, Environment, Hip Hop, History, Interview, Leaders, Men In Charge, Representation, Respect, Social Media, Super Daddy!, Talk, Unity, Youth

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20-Feb-2019


Janet Mock Says 'Respectability Politics Won't Save Us' After ‘Pose’ Snubbed By NAACP Image Awards 

 

The critically-acclaimed FX show received zero nomination from the NAACP Image Awards.

Janet Mock is responding to the news that Pose was snubbed by the NAACP Image Awards — and she doesn’t think it was a mere oversight.

The Black trans activist and writer — who is also a producer of the hit FX show—- took to her Twitter on Thursday to call out the NAACP soon after the Image Awards nominations were announced earlier in the week.

Essence

Tags: All Rights, Award, Exclusivity, Gay, Judgement, Transgender, Unity

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18-Feb-2019


Martin Luther King Jr.'s true, radical legacy is being whitewashed by people looking for easy absolution 

 

The celebration of the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. takes place this year amidst political chaos. In particular, it is occurring in the middle a weeks-long government shutdown that has pitted President Donald Trump, the leader of a party that is 90 percent white, against the most diverse Congress in American history over an idea that has been derided as racist and xenophobic.

Praise for Dr. King’s legacy will emerge from this partisan rancor. Rather than invoke unity, however, such praise exposes a difficult truth: King's legacy has become as segregated as the country he tried to heal.

NBC News

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Americans, Celebration, Dedication, Education, Environment, Equality, History, Leaders, Legend, Politics, Representation, Respect, Unity

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21-Jan-2019


Letting go of the “no gender” utopia 

 

Now that the U.S. government is threatening to define gender as only male or female, we need to fight more than ever for transgender rights. But the idea there should be no gender categories and we should live in a label-free world, as some have argued, is a utopian dream.

Pioneering scholar Dennis Altman spoke for many gay and lesbian activists at the beginning of the modern queer rights movement in 1971 when he suggested the battle for acceptance of human and legal rights for gay and lesbian people had only one goal: the eradication of the need for any such rights at all.

According to Altman, categories of sexuality were a necessary evil, but in an ideal world they would be replaced by “a new human who is no longer imprisoned by limitations of sexuality and compassion….”

Cultural theorists Daniel Harris and Bert Archer continue to embrace Altman’s original utopian vision. Harris gleefully announced the death of both gay culture and straight oppression in his 1997 book, The Rise and Fall of Gay Culture:

Salon

Tags: All Rights, Education, Environment, Equality, Fighting Back, History, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Perception, Representation, Science, Unity, Writing

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21-Nov-2018


Cruising for Inclusion 

 

Jay couldn’t wait to attend the Naked Unicorn Party, the BYOB play party capping off Butchfest, a 2013 Dallas festival celebrating “lesbians and queers who identify as tomboys, butches, studs, bois, transmen genderqueers, two-spirits, and all other identities masculine of center.” He had attended a few other queer sex events before, but as a 42-year-old trans man with a limp, his trans identity and physical disability made it difficult for him to sexually engage others.

Others often assume Jay’s disability puts him in chronic pain, but it doesn’t. And as someone who identifies as “70 percent femme/female-attracted and 30 percent butch/masculine-attracted,” he doesn’t feel welcome in queer sex spaces. At one sex party, the host pointed to him as proof of the event’s inclusivity. As a result, he often feels physically and sexually awkward at these events and usually ends up watching as a voyeur.

Slate

Tags: All Rights, Disabled, Entertainment, Environment, Gay, Humiliation, Inclusion, Judgement, Representation, Respect, Service, Sex, Support, Treatment, Unity

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25-Oct-2018


Religious Extremists Got Their Justice. Now They’re Going To Strip LGBTQ Rights. 

 

While much of the country was in an uproar over the nomination (and confirmation) of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court, anti-LGBTQ religious extremists in Texas filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Austin targeting its anti-discrimination ordinance protecting LGBTQ people, claiming it infringes on their religious liberty. Two days later, another anti-LGBTQ group in Texas filed a second, separate and even broader lawsuit attacking the Austin ordinance in state court.

Like many municipalities and less than half of U.S. states, Austin protects gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people broadly from discrimination in housing, employment and public accommodations. This has been the reality in many localities throughout the country going back several decades.

However, if the U.S. Supreme Court ? or individuals’ state Supreme Courts ? were to rule such laws in violation of “religious liberty,” hundreds of such laws protecting LGBTQ people across the United States could be wiped out.

Huffington Post

Tags: All Rights, Equality, Homophobia, Leaders, LGBTQ, Religion, Safety, Sexual Harassment, Unity

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22-Oct-2018


Leaked memo details Trump administration plan to legally erase trans people 

 

The Trump administration is planning to legally erase transgender people, according to a leaked memo.

Obtained by the New York Times, the memo aims to restrict the definition of sex to genitalia at birth.

The proposed memo is from the Department of Health and Human Services. It states: ‘Sex means a person’s status as male or female based on immutable biological traits identifiable by or before birth.

Gay Star News

Tags: Abuse, Activism, All Rights, Hate, Homophobia, Hostility, Ignorance, Sexual Harassment, Support, Supremacy, Transgender, Unity, World

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22-Oct-2018


Dua Lipa On the Importance of LGBTQ Activism: 'You Have a Duty to Speak Up' 

 

During Dua Lipa’s visit to Billboard's Pop Shop Podcast earlier this week, she spoke at length about why supporting the LGBTQ community is so important for her.

Billboard

Taylor Swift calls out a Republican for opposing LGBTQ rights

Michelle Visage, Kim Petras, Ross Mathews and More Speak Out Against LGBTQ Bullying For GLAAD Spirit Day

How a 'heartbroken twink' became Malaysia's new queer pop icon

"Orange Is the New Black" Actor Samira Wiley Said She Was Outed as Gay by a Costar

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Coming Out, Environment, Equality, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Interview, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Music, Pride, Respect, Social Media, Stepping Up, TV Gay Swatch?, Unity, World, Youth

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11-Oct-2018


Taylor Swift's Instagram Post Has Caused A Massive Spike In Voter Registration 

 

Since Taylor Swift flexed her star power Sunday with an Instagram post that encouraged her 112 million followers to register to vote, Vote.org has experienced an unprecedented flood of new voter registrations nationwide.

"We are up to 65,000 registrations in a single 24-hour period since T. Swift's post," said Kamari Guthrie, director of communications for Vote.org.

For context, 190,178 new voters were registered nationwide in the entire month of September, while 56,669 were registered in August.

Buzzfeed News

Using her power for good. 11-Oct-2018

Tags: All Rights, Celebration, Celebrity, Coolness, Entertainment, Environment, Equality, Feminism, Fighting Back, Girl Power, Mama Wrecks!, Music, Politics, Representation, Social Media, Unity, Voting, Women

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11-Oct-2018


CNN Panel Mocks Kanye West as Trump’s ‘Token Negro,’ Don Lemon Laughs (Video) 

 

A CNN panel hosted by anchor Don Lemon took turns lacing into Kanye West on Tuesday evening, joking that his embrace of President Donald Trump has caused him to be tokenized. Several referred to him using the term “negro.”

“He’s an attention whore, like the president. He’s all of a sudden now the model spokesperson. He’s the token negro of the Trump administration,” said CNN contributor Tara Setmeyer.

The Wrap

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Americans, Celebrity, Chaos, Criticism, Dictatorship, Entertainment, Environment, Equality, Fighting Back, Good Deed, Govt, Humanity, New World Order, Representation, Social Media, Stereotype, Talk, Unity, Video, Video Gay Swatch, Voting

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10-Oct-2018


New Barbra Streisand song blasts Donald Trump: 'How do you sleep when the world is burning?' 

 

Armed with an impassioned perspective and lyrics taking aim at Donald Trump, Barbra Streisand is scaling the political divide with her new single “Don’t Lie to Me.”

Released as the first official preview of her upcoming 11-track studio album Walls — her largest collection of predominantly original tunes since Guilty Pleasures, her 2005 collaborative LP with Barry Gibb — “Don’t Lie to Me” sees the Oscar- and Grammy-winning performer criticizing the president’s leadership over sprawling pop production.

EW

Tags: Americans, Artist, Entertainment, Environment, Equality, Gaycon, Leaders, Music, Tribute, Unity

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02-Oct-2018


Switzerland made transphobia and homophobia as illegal as racism 

 

Switzerland has voted to change its penal code to make homophobia and transphobia as illegal as racism.

The National Council voted 118 to 60 to make it illegal to discriminate against someone based on sexual or gender identity.

Anyone found guilty of transphobia or homophobia could be thrown in jail for up to three years.

Gay Star News

Tags: All Rights, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Fighting Back, Laws, LGBTQ, Modernization, Pride, Racism, Respect, Sweet, Tribute, Unity, World

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02-Oct-2018


Jane Fonda: ‘We should shut down the country’ if Trump fires Mueller 

 

AT age 80, Jane Fonda is more fired up than ever — and was agitating on the Upper East Side this week.

“[If Donald Trump] fires Mueller?” she asked at a 92Y panel talk.

“We have to get in the streets — nobody should work. We should shut down the country. Shut it down!”

Page Six

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Anguish, Celebrity, Choices, Govt, Humanity, Justice, Men In Charge, Social Media, Stepping Up, Supremacy, Unity, Woman's Rights, Women

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29-Sep-2018


Breaking the silence: Talking to young kids about sexual assault and consent 

 

Talking about #MeToo and the events of this week with anyone can be emotionally grueling and deeply triggering (particularly if you have been a victim of sexual assault). But it can feel absolutely overwhelming, if not impossible, to do so with your young children.

But these conversations with our kids are crucial. In the case of Fox News anchor Chris Wallace, discussing the sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh with his daughters enabled them to open up to him about past “incidents” they’d kept secret. In an op-ed for the New York Times, ‘Top Chef’ host and author Padma Lakshmi, who was molested by a family member as a child and raped by her boyfriend when she was 16, stressed the importance of teaching her 8-year-old daughter that her body is hers, and that if anyone makes you uncomfortable “you get out there and tell somebody.”

NBC News

Tags: Abuse, Advice, All Rights, Children, Choices, Consent, Education, Environment, Equality, Family, Fighting Back, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Parental Pride, Parenting, Relationships, Safety, Sex, Unity, Youth

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29-Sep-2018


California bans gun sales to people under 21 

 

Most people under 21 won't be able to buy guns in California starting next year under a law Gov. Jerry Brown announced signing Friday.

It will prevent people under 21 from buying rifles and other types of guns. State law already bans people under 21 from buying handguns.

The new law exempts law enforcement, members of the military and people with hunting licenses from the restriction.

It was one of dozens of bills Brown took action on.

ABC News

Tags: Environment, Fighting Back, Govt, Guns/Toys, Laws, Lifestyle, Protections, Unity, Violence, Youth

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29-Sep-2018




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