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    The #MeToo movement is empowering. It’s a way to cope with the fear that a person has been living with for a certain amount of time. It’s a way to show truth to others, and a way to deal with bad choices. It is making it’s mark on people’s lives as a recipient or the ...
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    We met in the summer and we thought it was set in stone. He was funny and his smile made me melt. He said I love you first. So I thought, this is it. We trusted each other with everything. The good, the bad and the ugly. I thought this might be just a short fling. But, he ...
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    Recently, while surfing my social media (again), I came across a reply to a post about pedophilia. This seems to be a hot topic because of the R. Kelly (R&B Singer & Songwriter) situation, and some of the choices he’s made in his career with younger girls. I do not condone this behavior at all, ...
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    Recently in Twitter-verse, actor James Woods (@realjameswoods) had some pretty harsh things to say about a photo of parents who seemed to be supporting their transgender child. Woods, who’s Twitter slogan is “Time to start fighting back…”, posted a photo of a family. Seems inconspicuous right? Wrong. The parents were holding signs stating, “I love My ...
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    June is Pride Month Pride month means many different things to people. For me, Pride has always been a time for me to show my support, publicly, as a proud ally. To myself, for a while, I was alone in my celebration as the B in LGBTQ+. In stating it here, two things cross my mind: ...
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    Speaking to Dinner Party Download last month, RuPaul had some choice words for bachelorette parties who go to gay bars. Although getting hold of the video or audio interview is almost impossible, the Huffington Post have written an article outlining his main points. On this, RuPaul decided to take a divisive and somewhat backward tone ...