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Monday, 31 October 2011 18:19

Taiwan Gay Pride 2011

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During the weekend, Taiwan Gay Pride gathered more than 30,000 people!

Thursday, 13 October 2011 04:08

Exploring Gender : National Coming Out Day

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There is a big doorframe standing on campus in front of the dining hall, the door swinging free on its hinges every couple of minutes as people line up, some jumping out playfully and screaming, “I’m a lesbian!”, others simply walking through, a handwritten sign held haphazardly in one hand, “Genderqueer.” People cycle through the door, each announcement made individually, whether to reinforce the pride in one’s identity, or to take that first step into acceptance of self, that of letting others see you as you are. Each emergence is met with celebration.

Monday, 10 October 2011 16:47

Rio De Janeiro Celebrated The Gay Pride

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Almost 1 million people attended the Gay Pride of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.

Wednesday, 28 September 2011 23:05

Blue Ridge Pride Festival Honored By Anti-Gay Mayor

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The mayor of Asheville, N.C., which was opposed to homosexual rights in the past signed a proclamation honoring the Blue Ridge Pride Festival this weekend.

Monday, 08 August 2011 16:14

Sao Paulo Council Wants A Straight Pride

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A project of law to organize a straight pride, developped by Carlos Apolinario in order to protest against "the privileges which enjoys the gay community," has just been approved by the town council.

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