Repost from Politics Daily: 'Don't Ask Don't Tell' Tougher on Minorities, Women

By BONNIE ERBE’ Here’s one thing you probably know about “don’t ask, don’t tell,” the Pentagon policy on gays and …

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Coming Out to Cab Drivers — A Necessary Risk

Taxi Ben Fredericson

Several days ago, I found myself on a taxi ride home, engaging in conversation with the driver about blacks and education. He asked whether or not I was in college; I told him I was and he proceeded to clap, thanking me for doing something for blacks “across the world.”

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Hate and Homophobia in Manizales, Colombia

This is from earlier this year…  something that I find utterly sad, evidence of why some of us deal with …

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In Honor of National Coming Out Day

Today you will see me celebrating in the freshman dining hall, passing out rainbow-colored cake as one of the LGBT …

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On Queerness, Culture, and Concessions

Last Wednesday I went to a series of short films as part of The Bisexual Resource Center, Truth Serum Productions’ Cinemental and madFEMMEpride‘s 9th “Celebrate …

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To My Family, Queerness is an Immigrant Thing

Japan 14

I talked to a friend about the last post, and she posed that very simple question. To begin with: Having …

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