Shame != Embarrassment but Embarrassment -> Shame

For those of you who are not familiar with Bit-wise operations in C-programming, well the title above means “Shame doesn’t

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NHL comes out in support of Gay rights

In what promises to be a shake up of the heterosexual male-dominated sports world, the National Hockey League (NHL) has become the first professional sports league in North America to throw it’s full support behind LGBTQ equality. The league, in association with the You Can Play Project and the National Hockey League Players Association, has

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Video: Latino Equality Alliance’s Youth, Faith and Family Forum

On Feb 4th, 2012, Qulture had the pleasure to attend LGBT and Latino ally organizations in a community engagement forum to address structural barrier issues affecting the LGBT community in southeast LA that had about 150-175 attendees. The event aimed to identify consequences of homophobia, challenges and next step solutions in increasing family acceptance and Continue Reading

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Just A Kiss?

In August 1945 a kiss between a sailor and a nurse grace the cover of LIFE magazine.  Who they are isn’t important.  What it represents is.  According to Alfred Eisenstaedt the photographer of this iconic photo,  “The sailor was running along the street grabbing any and every girl in sight,” “Whether she was a grandmother, Continue Reading

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We are LEA

Getting involved in a grassroots organization is new to me.  I didn’t come out of the infamous “closet” until I was 26.  My experience was filled with self-hatred, doubt, loneliness and fear.  Maybe it was due to the fact that, early on in my coming out process I didn’t have queer friends.  It would suffice Continue Reading

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