I just love this story. It tells a lot about the mentality of someone. 🙂
This post may contain some explicit content.
It’s the story of my first sexual encounter and I want to be as honest as possible. Before I can begin, I must take you back almost a year before the actual act. I was 17 years old, in high school, and still coming to terms with my sexuality. I developed strange feelings for guys at a young age and spent a lot of time thinking about kissing and doing more with them, but there was a problem. I never had “the talk” with my parents, so I didn’t know a thing about sex. I didn’t know what “more” meant, but the thought of two guys having sex always fascinated me, better yet, I became obsessed with it. I was really more curious about the idea of sex, rather than the act itself.
I remember sneaking to the backyard one night, logging into…
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LGBT RIGHTS, Couldn’t get any better than this!
The lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people deserve the same rights as straight men and women. They are also humans who deserve the same rights. Just because they have different genders to their actual self, isn’t a reason to treat them differently. The LGBT people deserve the same respect as equal others. Society today is prejudice and discriminates the LGBT like how Native Americans and women were in the past years. If we can over come the prejudice and discrimination against the Native Americans and women we can overcome the prejudice and discrimination against the LGBT. People are people, we are all the same rich or poor, men or women, gay or straight, we all deserve the same rights.
The change on these rights should be considered now, governments across the world should recognize and consider the importance of creating rights for the LGBT community. Until when should these people get the rights they deserve as humans? Till they’re old? The changes should be developed and be considered by governments, now. Now is the time to give these people their rights, their chance to be free and to not be afraid and worried for who they are.
The changes that this issue needs is very important, because the LGBT people are humans as well, they are not different. If we can have the same rules as straight women or men then we can offer the LGBT people the same thing. People should love each other for who they are and not be stopped due to the fact that their country, their home doesn’t approve of the rights…
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The RIGHTS OF HUMANS!!
There are numerous ways people can help to make a better change for the rights of the LGBT people. There are many international organisational such as International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA), International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC), Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and many more that help support rights and laws for the LGBT community.
There are also other local communities in the world for example in Melbourne, Australia there is an organisation named Way Out. Way out helps the LGBT people by fighting against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia. There are a variety of organisations out there that people can join and help out the LGBT.
People can make events, like social events where people can gather and talk about the rights the LGBT deserved. Making a resolution with fellow people in the community and submit it to politicians or governments that…
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Questions to ask about yourself (FYI: You do not have to answer them(They can be Rhetorical)) Read the rest of this entry
I’ve been doing a little research on this exact topic and I think they hit it right on throughout this entire topic.
Nowadays we are hearing a lot in the media about issues such as Gay Marriage, Gay Rights, etc. But what you don’t hear most too often are issues of a much deeper matter within the LGBT community; such as Transgender rights and safety. Yes folks, I’m talking about the almost invisible T in the LGBT which most of us, even within the Gay community tend to overlook. I want to focus on the oppression that’s being overlooked when it comes to these individuals such as violence, discrimination, and not understanding what it means to have cisgender privilege. I’m hoping that issues like these will be addressed and handled over time as a support and activist group that is being put together in my area to help transgender individuals network and find resources.
The first question in you mind might be “What is cisgender privilege?” That’s a very good question because…
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Wonderful Topic and great wording. Please read and retain this information. Email me the answer to this question: Would you ever want to tell your straight friends or co-workers that your gay, lesbian, transgender, or bi sexual? firstname.lastname@example.org
This may or may not be my last post for the day, so time to touch the subject I made this blog for aside from honoring my nerdyness. I am in fact a boy who loves boys, guy who loves guys, a homosexual I guess would be the most proper turn. Now for me to tell you that I was also out of the “closet” so to speak in high school. Unlike most kids, I didn’t have much trouble with it and even danced with a few boys when attending high school. I thought that this acceptance would continue through the years to improve seeing as the global populace seem to be more and more accepting of LGBT in modern society and widely embraced in today’s pop culture. Recently however I spent time with a friend of mine who is straight, and so were the friends he and I…
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We are also working towards this in the United States of America.
As the number of countries legalizing gay marriage has risen, the gay and lesbian community in Japan has been encouraged as well to engage more and more in activities that will improve their living conditions.
Japan does not have an anti-gay law or legal protections for homosexuals. Some in the gay community are actively seeking legislation to guarantee their rights, but others, especially those who remain in the closet, prefer a more gradual approach by striving to solve problems they face in their daily lives, activists say, according to Kyodo news agency.
Kaito Akechi, 36, a gay activist who has been lobbying for a “partnership law” in Japan to provide legal protections for same-sex couples, said his group aims to raise the status of homosexual couples so that they can be treated the same way as heterosexual couples in common-law marriages.
Japan situates itself in the middle…
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