The following is a statement from Francis DeBernardo, Executive Director, New Ways Ministry with links to the Vatican text.
“You barely see asexual people as it is, let alone a black asexual person.”
The department argued in its memo that key government agencies needed to adopt an explicit and uniform definition of gender as determined “on a biological basis that is clear, grounded in science, objective and administrable.”
Case tests reach of ban on sex discrimination in workplace
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For decades, Kevin Spacey used the media’s fear of “outing” him to keep sexual misconduct allegations out of the news. But what really counts as “outing” — and when is it justified?
Many of the few asexual-coded characters in mainstream media have been depicted as outcasts or social deviants — and fans hope that Jughead on Riverdale could change that.
Upcoming presentation to discuss latest thinking around lesbian sexuality and fluidity
The fight against Mississippi’s HB 1523, the worst anti-LGBTQ law in the United States, may be heading to the Supreme Court.
How do we know if someone is gay? A recent Stanford University study has claimed that Artificial Intelligence (AI) using a facial recognition algorithm can more accurately guess whether a person is gay or lesbian than human beings can
Well, it’s simple…
The United Nations’ human rights office on Sept. 26, 2017, officially unveiled a series of standards for businesses to become more LGBTI-friendly.