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North Carolina Lawmaker: ‘We Need To Reach Out To Gays, Get Them To Change Their Lifestyle’
FORRESTER: I’ve got a few homosexual patients and I treat them just the same as anybody else. I love them perhaps even more because I know they are going to die at least 20 years earlier and it’s something I have no control over and we need to reach out to them to try to get them to change their lifestyle and back to the normal lifestyle which we can accept.
KATE WINSLET ON HER KIDS BEING GAY: ‘IT DOESN’T MAKE ANY DIFFERENCE TO ME’
Kate Winslet: “I like the diversity that my children are exposed to every day. I love the way their brains work. Joe [her son] turns to me the other day and says, ‘One day, I will have a girlfriend. But I might have a boyfriend. If I’m gay.’ He’s 7! And I said, ‘You might have a girlfriend or a boyfriend, darling.’ And he said, ‘Which would you prefer?’ And I said, ‘My love, that would be entirely up to you, and it doesn’t make any difference to me.’ But that he knows! It’s a real privilege. Talk about the best education.”
Utah Has Its Third Possible Hate Crime
The attack occurred between 12:30 and 1 a.m. on Thursday around the area of Center Street and 100 North in American Fork. Cameron Nelson was taken to the Insta Care where he was treated for minor injuries and released, Ludlow said. The attackers called Nelson a ‘faggot,’ along with other slurs, he said. Nelson told the Salt Lake Tribune he was taking out the trash at a hair salon where he works when he was attacked. Nelson, who is gay, said he believes he was assaulted because of his sexuality.
Madisonville students say school won’t allow Gay-Straight Alliance
After years of bullying, a group of Sequoyah High students in Madisonville, wanted it to stop. “From 6th grade all the way up to my senior year, I have been put down for my sexual orientation, for “acting gay,” for being an outcast,” said senior Nathan Carroll. He didn’t want younger students to endure what he’d been through . He started researching and decided a Gay-Straight Alliance or GSA is what his school needed. “What this club is trying to do is to stop the bashing. It’s giving us a confidential place to talk about it,” he said.
First Gay Military Couple To Marry In Argentina
A lieutenant colonel and an Army captain will become the first gay military couple to marry since Argentina legalized such unions last year. In 2009, Argentina ended its ban on gay and bisexual troops serving openly. The following year, the nation became the first in Latin America to allow gay and lesbian couples to marry.
Top 20 Things That Owe Their Existence to Queers
After reading the Bilerico Project‘s list of the Top 20 Most Important LGBT Figures in History by Adam Polaski, I thought that it would be a good idea to create an entirely different sort of list. Rather then focusing on individuals, I decided to focus on the accomplishments of queer (or likely queer) individuals that had a positive or significant impact on human history.