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Social Movements Create Social Change

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Following my research on alleviating social inequality, it is evident that social inequality has been commonplace in America for a sufficiently long time. The major causes for the inequality are historical injustices and discrimination. Some members of the society such as the African Americans and the Native Indians have been discriminated all through. Inequality has […]

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Human Rights in the Modern Society

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Human rights are perceived as a form of religion in today’s world. The list of american human rights is a logical part of Human Rights Declaration. They are an efficient method of creating an ethical yardstick that is used to measure a government’s treatment for the people. A broad discussion on the topic of human rights […]

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What is Gender Identity?

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Persons identify themselves as male or female depending on the manner in which they express themselves. If you express yourself in a way that seems to be more feminine, then you are a female. Females associate themselves with dolls and toys viewed by society to be for females. Pink color and flowers can also be […]

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Asian Gay Men in LGBTQ Community

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Thanks to globalization, America is home to people from different cultural backgrounds. The existence of people from different cultures has contributed cultural diversity in America. Tension may arise from people of different cultural identities leading to racial and sexual discrimination on a regular basis. There are people of different sexual orientation in America including gays, […]

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Run for dear lives, Irene on the way

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Irene was expected to make landfall in North Carolina on Saturday, then roll along the East Coast before hitting near Manhattan on Sunday.   “Waiting until the last minute is not a smart thing to do,” Bloomberg said. “This is life-threatening.”It was the first time part of the nation’s largest city was evacuated. And never […]

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Queen Latifah out

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If you are “chomping at the bit” for down-to-earth Jersey girl Dana Owens a.k.a reigning Hip-hop’s Queen Latifah to come out of her open closet, don’t hold your breath. If, however, you’ve derived pleasure from Queen Latifah’s unintended  “Gotcha!” moments of being outed — and there are many — so, too, has the media. But […]

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without men

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Ladies,this is a must watch because there is nothing desperate about these housewives. Eva Longoria stars in the indie comedy, “Without Men,” as the de facto lady in charge of a Latin American village that loses all of its men when they are forcibly recruited by a bunch of guerilla revolutionaries. It looks like a […]

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A third of US workers have health benefits for gay partners

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Around a third of workers in the US have access to health benefits for gay partners, research shows.     According to figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 33 per cent of state and local government employees can get same-sex partner benefits. For private sector workers, the figure was 29 per cent. This is […]

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Ireland to elect gay president?

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Irish Independent senator and presidential candidate David Norris, who happens to be gay, comes out ahead in the nation’s latest polls. The election is not until October, and Norris has not yet secured his party’s nomination, but many Irish are already leaning towards the 67-year-old gay rights activist and James Joyce scholar. Norris won the […]

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Kenyan queer lady sings her heart out

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Uses the Arts to push for acceptance; awareness Kate Kamunde describes herself as a ‘queer woman of color’ She is a performing artist, poet, blogger and the face behind AFRA-KENYA, Kenya’s sophmore lesbian group.     Kate is a lesbian activist and whose face has also been featured in newspapers. She has appeared also on talk […]

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