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BYU-Idaho fires adjunct professor after LGBT Pride Month post on Facebook – KUTV 2News

BYU-Idaho fires adjunct professor after LGBT Pride Month post on Facebook – KUTV 2Newshttp://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&fd=R&ct2=us&usg=AFQjCNG0T-6R-WMJpySzQW2Yy-fwFhtNyA&clid=c3a7d30bb8a4878e06b80cf16b898331&cid=52779555263618&ei=QzZvWaj4GcGQqgLGpI_4Aw&url=http://kutv.com/news/local/byu-idaho-fires-an-adjunct-professor-after-lgbt-pride-month-post-on-facebookhttp://news.google.com/news?q=gay,science&output=rssgay,science – Google NewsGoogle Newshttps://ssl.gstatic.com/news-static/img/logo/en_us/news.gif

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Dana Frid is designing

Dana Frid is designing ‘Gay of Gucci’ and ‘Die for Dior’ garms and we want them all – Metro

(Picture: danaafrid) This is East Cairo-based fashion designer Dana Frid. She’s been sharing her unique creations on Instagram for the past year and she loves nothing better than taking big luxury brands and giving them a slight update. ASOS is selling light-up wellies to jazz up your festival wardrobe Dana first became interested in fashion […]

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Roxane Gay on the Traumas of the Body - The New York Times - New York Times

Roxane Gay on the Traumas of the Body – The New York Times – New York Times

Photo Roxane Gay Credit Jay Grabiec HUNGER A Memoir of (My) Body By Roxane Gay 306 pp. Harper/HarperCollins Publishers. $25.99. “The mind is inherently embodied,” George Lakoff and Mark Johnson wrote in 1999. “Thought is mostly unconscious. Abstract concepts are largely metaphorical.” These were the three major findings of cognitive science that put to rest […]

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Martin Landau on His Relationship With Marilyn Monroe, Playing Gay for Hitchcock, and His Oscars Triumph – Daily Beast

Martin Landau on His Relationship With Marilyn Monroe, Playing Gay for Hitchcock, and His Oscars Triumph – Daily Beasthttp://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&fd=R&ct2=us&usg=AFQjCNH5U6eP-nRrhHw5bkPiubdjrbwe2g&clid=c3a7d30bb8a4878e06b80cf16b898331&cid=52779554258336&ei=FpNsWQDFk6kCy—2AM&url=http://www.thedailybeast.com/martin-landau-on-his-relationship-with-marilyn-monroe-playing-gay-for-hitchcock-and-his-oscars-triumphhttp://news.google.com/news?q=gay,science&output=rssgay,science – Google NewsGoogle Newshttps://ssl.gstatic.com/news-static/img/logo/en_us/news.gif

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Todd McKee, gay news, Washington Blade

Missing gay man found dead on beach near Rehoboth – Washington Blade

Todd McKee’s body was recovered Friday. (Photo courtesy of the Rehoboth Beach Police Department) A gay man who had been reported missing since July 8 from his home near the boardwalk in Rehoboth Beach was found dead early Friday morning on the beach in an area just north of Rehoboth, according to a statement […]

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Pirates, Drugs and Time Travel: The Best of New Science Fiction and Fantasy – New York Times

This is the mytho-scientific premise underlying a madcap, rapid-fire tale of South Africa in the year 2064, where a handful of individuals are suddenly plagued by godhood. One, Nomvula, is a lonely little township girl born with power. Several others acquire their abilities from godsend, to varying degrees of trauma or delight: Muzi, a gay […]

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Miami-Dade to Vote on a Conversion Therapy Ban for Gay Minors

Miami-Dade to Vote on a Conversion Therapy Ban for Gay Minors – Miami New Times

EXPAND Among medical professionals, there’s virtually no debate: So-called conversion therapy, which claims to turn gay kids straight, is junk science — and potentially harmful. That’s why municipalities ranging from Miami Beach to the City of Miami to West Palm Beach have already banned the dubious practice. Soon all of Miami-Dade County could join their ranks. […]

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How the Nazis Destroyed the First Gay Rights Movement – Live Science

This article was originally published at The Conversation. The publication contributed the article to Live Science’s Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights. Very recently, Germany’s Cabinet approved a bill that will expunge the convictions of tens of thousands of German men for “homosexual acts” under that country’s anti-gay law known as “Paragraph 175.” That law dates […]

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Memoir can provide a closer understanding of science, says Barbara J. King.

A Powerful Intersection: Pairing Memoir And Science Writing : 13.7 … – NPR

I write science, but I read memoir. The pairing of memoir and science writing can be an excellent conduit for learning: What may strike a reader as somewhat abstract in science writing may become more real when encountered in a searing narrative of a person’s own highly specific experience. Here’s a look at a trio […]

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How the Nazis destroyed the first gay rights movement – The Conversation US

Very recently, Germany’s Cabinet approved a bill that will expunge the convictions of tens of thousands of German men for “homosexual acts” under that country’s anti-gay law known as “Paragraph 175.” That law dates back to 1871, when modern Germany’s first legal code was created. It was repealed in 1994. But there was a serious […]

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When Trump attacks science, he attacks the heart of the Declaration of Independence - ThinkProgress

When Trump attacks science, he attacks the heart of the Declaration of Independence – ThinkProgress

The Declaration of Independence is a “scientific paper,” but our President purges the government of science and scientists CREDIT: ARCHIVES.GOV “Science is my passion, politics is my duty.” The man who said that was Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence. So while team Trump is the most anti-science administration in U.S. history, it’s […]

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Finding meaning amidst the chaos of terror – The Daily Star

A year has passed since militants attacked the Holey Artisan Bakery in Gulshan killing 22 people. Yet, there is so much that many of us still can’t quite arrange in proper sequence, to be able to explain, to ourselves, the entirety of the gruesome event, as despite being an overwhelmingly Muslim-majority country Bangladesh had never […]

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Better Science Please – The Times (subscription)

There was only one problem with Alberto Carpinteri’s revelation that the image of Jesus imprinted on the Shroud of Turin was put there by neutron radiation emitted by an earthquake soon after the Messiah’s death in AD33. It was the same problem as the one afflicting a paper published in Science that claimed face-to-face conversation […]

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Memoir can provide a closer understanding of science, says Barbara J. King.

A Powerful Intersection: Pairing Memoir And Science Writing – NPR

I write science, but I read memoir. The pairing of memoir and science writing can be an excellent conduit for learning: What may strike a reader as somewhat abstract in science writing may become more real when encountered in a searing narrative of a person’s own highly specific experience. Here’s a look at a trio […]

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A gay Toronto man remained celibate for 1 year to meet controversial blood donation rules – CBC.ca

A 28-year-old Toronto man has gone more than a year without having sex — not for health or religious reasons, but because he wants to donate blood. He hasn’t been allowed to for years. That’s because the man is gay, something he has not yet disclosed to all those in his life. CBC News has agreed […]

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Can Science "Prove" Bisexuality? Studies Suggest Yes – Paste Magazine

I first realized I was bisexual in high school but didn’t come out until fifteen years later because I thought it was just a phase. As a teenager during the late ‘90s, most coming out stories I saw on TV involved gays and lesbians, so I didn’t think I was “queer enough” to come […]

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New York Pride: Twitter Reacts to UN Ambassador Claims She and Family Booed at Restaurant During Festival – Newsweek

The U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., Nikki Haley, has said she and her family were booed while leaving a restaurant in New York during LGBT Pride celebrations Sunday. The Republican did not say where she was, but tweeted saying a crowd of patrons at the eatery made “hateful” comments and booed her and her son. “We, incl […]

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NYC Pride Parade Attendance: How Many People Are Expected to Attend? – Heavy.com

Drag Queen FiFi DuBois joins the 2016 LGBT Pride March on June 26, 2016 in New York City. (Getty) New York City has long been recognized as one of the most LGBT-friendly cities in the United States, so it’s no surprise that thousands of people make their way to the Big Apple each year to […]

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CSIRO an experiment in science of success – The Australian

CSIRO an experiment in science of success – The Australianhttp://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&fd=R&ct2=us&usg=AFQjCNHxPl-zNrtloynHUm9xnQBLAkhKlg&clid=c3a7d30bb8a4878e06b80cf16b898331&ei=Ii9SWfDaG8uCzQa32IHgDw&url=http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/opinion/john-durie/csiro-an-experiment-in-science-of-success/news-story/702eb643e071995e28fd5f981c236df9http://news.google.com/news?q=gay,science&output=rssgay,science – Google NewsGoogle Newshttps://ssl.gstatic.com/news-static/img/logo/en_us/news.gif

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Gay pride, a traveler, and being Alaska Native – Anchorage Press

David Clark is a senior at University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA). He just returned from Europe where he spent a month in the most northern parts of Norway. While there he was working at a small community organic farm as a laborer an hour outside of Tromsø, Norway. Looking for interesting […]

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Homophobic people are more likely to be gay, according to science - The National Student

Homophobic people are more likely to be gay, according to science – The National Student

A recently resurfaced study, published in the 2012 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, found there are higher levels of homophobia in ‘closeted gays’.     The study involved measuring the differences between explicit and implicit sexual attractions by examining how people self-identified their sexual orientation and how they reacted during quick timed psychological tests. […]

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