Monthly Archives: June 2010

Thank you, Ambassador Rice!

Ambassador Susan E. Rice issued a statement, joining President Obama “in reaffirming [their] commitment to the fundamental rights of LGBT people everywhere,” and offering support for the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission. Read the statement: Statement by Ambassador … Continue reading

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"Otra condición social": Todos los derechos para todxs (Independent Study Project)

“Otra condición social”: Todos los derechos para todxs Un estudio de caso de los derechos humanos de minorías sexuales en la Argentina Resumen (Abstract) “Other Status”: All Rights for All A Case Study of Human Rights of Sexual Minorities in … Continue reading

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What does America think about homosexuality?

Read “Gay? Whatever, Dude” by Charles M. Blow According to a Gallop Poll, Americans are becoming more accepting of gays and lesbians.  As Charles Blow points out, they use the word relations, would could really mean a range of things, leaving it … Continue reading

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Swing Out Buenos Aires

It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing… Swing Out Buenos Aires is a wonderful group of fun-loving and talented people who welcome all with open arms, switching up the roles and dancing the long Argentine nights away.  … Continue reading

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