Category Archives: Prejudice

A Gay Dad Sounds Off on the Day Donald Trump Ruined America

On Wednesday, Donald Trump, the master manipulator and “line crossing” provocateur went too far. Has he literally ruined America? Maybe not yet, but what he did today starts that process. He took a major step over the line of decency … Continue reading

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She May Be a Trans Hero, But Don’t be Caught on an Ill-Fated Cruise Ship With Her – Here’s Why

“Me give up the last seat on the last lifeboat? F that!”                                                      The life … Continue reading

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Killing Transphobia With His Song

He’s just a little country and kind of a little different; meet Jaimie Wilson who’s strumming his way to success Guest Post by Brody Levesque For twenty-one year old Jaimie Wilson, nothing beats the feeling of rambling along in his … Continue reading

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A Gay Dad Sounds Off on Donald Trump and Transgender Student Segregation

An heiress and a ghost had it right. Since the egomaniac and reality star Donald Trump announced his “long shot” candidacy for President, we have been “treated” to constant absurdities, deceptions, upheavals, dramas, skullduggeries and melodramas that have thrown public … Continue reading

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All Are Welcome At San Francisco Zen Center! (…to join us in resisting Trump)

Originally posted on No Zen in the West:
The San Francisco Zen Center Abbots and Abbesses – all of whom I know, love, and deeply respect – are in the unenviable position of threading the needle of a public response…

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Academia, Love Me Back

Originally posted on TIFFANY MARTÍNEZ:
My name is Tiffany Martínez. As a McNair Fellow and student scholar, I’ve presented at national conferences in San Francisco, San Diego, and Miami. I have crafted a critical reflection piece that was published…

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Thank You for Changing My Life

Originally posted on evoL =:
by Ono Kono Two decades ago, I was unaware of the struggle of LGBT people. Back then, I was a busy working Mom, juggling career and family. I cared about others, but I was asleep when…

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