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China’s Media Censorship Ban Challenged

January 11, 2018
The policy bans service providers from releasing programs that “present abnormal sexual relations or behavior,” such as incest, homosexual relations, sexual harassment and sexual violence calling the content “pornographic and vulgar” in the new policy went into effect in July. ...
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Montreal Study Shows Cyber Harassment Touches ‘Too Many Teens’

January 8, 2018
In December 2016, Statistics Canada published the results of a new study indicating that 17 percent of Internet users aged 15 to 29 had experienced cyberbullying or cyber ...
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Bermuda Senate Votes to Repeal Marriage Equality

December 14, 2017
Under the guise of passing domestic partnership benefits, the bill seeks to strip loving same-sex Bermudan couples of the right to marry. The effort is being led by the Progressive Labour Party, which took power in July. ...
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Child Sex Abuse Org The Smile of the Child Launches New Campaign in Athens

November 14, 2017
The launch of the nationwide campaign against the sexual abuse of children was held in Athens, on Monday, November 13, 2017 at the premises of the Representation of the European Commission in Greece and attracted great interest and participation. ...
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November 3, 2017
Described as having “real heart and soul” by Get Reel, and “laugh out loud funny” by POV Magazine, Rebels on Pointe is a creative blend of gender-bending artistic expression, diversity, and passion that ultimately shows that a ballerina can be an act of revolution in a tutu. ...

Rio Pride 2017 to Feature Music by Celine Dion, Demi Lovato, Yann

November 3, 2017
Brazilian pop singer and activist Yann just announced his new single and video "Igual." The project will be released on November 8 and will raise awareness for the epidemic of anti-gay violence happening in Brazil. ...
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All-Female Comedy ‘Why We Have a Body’ Depicts Lovers, Sisters and Mothers Who Persisted

September 17, 2017
Claire Chafee's Why We Have a Body follows the lives of four women through snapshot monologues and short intimate scenes. Though the play originally opened in San Francisco in 1993, it is achingly in sync with the current political climate. ...
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June 27, 2017
Asian and South Asian LGBT youth face unique obstacles to coming out, including the fear of shaming and dishonoring their parents and ancestors. These cultural obstacles often lead to self-loathing, depression and suicide. ...

Yes, Israeli Queers are Active Against the Occupation

June 8, 2017
To gain a greater understanding of the challenges faced by Queer Israelis who oppose the actions of Israel’s sectarian government, The Seattle Lesbian spoke to two veteran Jewish-Israeli activists who have long fought at the intersection of Queer rights and the rights of other groups marginalized by Israeli society.

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