Monthly Archives: July 2011

Not an illness, not a crime (Amnesty International)

Tell Turkey to stop violence and discrimination against LGBT people. Hi Supporter, Turkey is getting a new constitution and has promised serious reforms to protect the rights of its people. Except gays, lesbians, bisexual and transgender people. According to many … Continue reading

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Chris Matthews On Bachmann’s Clinic: No One Wants A Pres. Not Living In The Real World

62netty: “I’m European, so I don’t get it. Republicans don’t want the government to interfere with healthcare, environment, labor rights, gun possession, income tax, the market and who knows what else. But it’s OK for the government to come inside … Continue reading

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We the People: If Any of Us Are Separate, None of Us Are Equal

We the People: If Any of Us Are Separate, None of Us Are Equal By Elinia F. Hart As a citizen of the United States of America, I have certain rights. As a human, I have certain human rights. As … Continue reading

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Google vs. Facebook: Should Human Rights Factor in Your Choice of Social Network? (Huffington Post)

Google vs. Facebook: Should Human Rights Factor in Your Choice of Social Network? Timothy Karr, Campaign Director, Free Press andSavetheInternet.com Copyright © 2011 TheHuffingtonPost.com, Inc. | “The Huffington Post” is a registered trademark of TheHuffingtonPost.com, Inc. All rights reserved. “Question: What would … Continue reading

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At the Intersection of Privilege and Ignorance: “what I do in bed isn’t your f***ing business”

Below this video on YouTube, a string of harsh comments littered the screen. People trashed one another, groups of people, and others. When I watched the video, this comment was at the top: agelessrocker: Equality, but not MORE equality. You … Continue reading

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Asylum Granted to Jamaican Lesbian in the UK

Jamaican lesbian can stay in UK, tribunal rules  BBC Preview: “A Jamaican lesbian has won the right to stay in the UK after immigration judges ruled she risks persecution if she returns to her home country.” Jamaican lesbian appeals deportation … Continue reading

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