Saturday, 23 August 2014

LGBT articles that caught my eye

Needs no explanation

"An Internet protocol address attached to the U.S. House of Representatives has been blocked from making anonymous edits at Wikipedia for 30 days for making a series of offensive edits to entries on transgender people and issues."

"After my speech at the Massachusetts Democratic Convention in June, my partner, Jacob, came onstage, and — just like every other candidate and their loved ones — we kissed.
What happened next was just a little extraordinary: nothing."

"That’s why I found myself in unfamiliar territory when I — the open guy, the “figured out” guy, the unquestionably straight guy — realized that I was in love with my best friend, a man. A man I had known for seven years. A man I had never before even thought of in a romantic way. But, there I was, in love."

‘Implemented correctly, the new crime would provide clarity – giving victims the confidence to seek support, ensuring perpetrators understand their behavior is criminal, and reduce ambiguity for police so they respond effectively,’ 

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