Petition Update

As our project end date approaches, it is more important than ever to sign our petition and raise support. Our petition will not only raise awareness but also show the LGBTQ that they are not alone and we are here to support them. So far, there has been 21 signatures. Please sign so we can … More Petition Update

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Hey guys sooooo we all finally finished our presentations! We’ll be uploading them soon so stay tuned! All I can say is that they came out really well. See you soon 🙂 -Ash

Meme Time!

Although society has evolved over time and has started supporting the LGBTQ community, there are still people who treat them unjustly. Donald Trump, as discussed in other blog posts, is one out of the many politicians that are stuck in the past and still believe that if you are not straight you are not human. … More Meme Time!

Discrimination is not a short-term issue

“The higher rates of aging and health disparities among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender older adults is a major concern for public health,” according to author Karen Fredriksen-Goldsen, professor at the University of Washington’s School of Social Work. “The health disparities reflect the historical and social context of their lives, and the serious adversity they … More Discrimination is not a short-term issue

Another Update!

Hi again! I’m back with another update blog, regarding how are site has being doing so far. According to our site statistics the last time we got views on our posts was March 28. Today is April 5, which means we haven’t gotten any views on our posts the last four days. Not only do … More Another Update!

Texas Lawmakers Approve Bill Allowing Professionals To Discriminate Against LGBTQs — Instinct Magazine

Republican lawmakers in Texas approved a bill on Monday that would allow state-licensed professionals to discriminate against LGBTQ people, or anyone they want to refuse services, based on their religious beliefs. The Austin Statesman reports that Senate Bill 17 would give professionals who are licensed by the state – like lawyers, physicians, barbers and pharmacists […] … More Texas Lawmakers Approve Bill Allowing Professionals To Discriminate Against LGBTQs — Instinct Magazine